Hotel Arunda I
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Arunda I Ronda
small hotel, good price, very clean, wifi free, very good value, nice room, good bed, no brekkie inluded, very nice owners and staff, owner is a hiker and eager to give good advice on where to trek.
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Today we wandered the hills of Andalucia, through the towns of Sentinel de las Bodegas, Zahara, and Grazamel.
Sentinel de las Bodegas is unique in that some of the houses are built in to the mountainside; the houses use the natural formation of caves in the rock. Over thousands of years, ancient rivers have eaten away at the rock, forming these caves. Walking the steep streets is somewhat like being in a complex maze, as are most ...
... least, so we opted for underground parking -- which is even tighter than parking on the street!
Ronda is known for it's bridge (puente nuevo) which connects the old and new towns, and spans a gorge over 300 feet deep. Ronda has gorgeous views over the valleys. In the middle of Ronda is a little jewel; a small park with spectacular views. Little shops and tapa bars dot the narrow streets, and tourists abound. We've been told the ...
... and Orson Wells were part-time residents of Ronda, where they did some of their writing.
Ronda has a strong bullfighting tradition, and on one of our days in the town a major bullfight was scheduled. By midmorning the town was filled with people and lines had formed at the bullfight ticket office. Our sympathies for the bull led us to not attend the fight, but we did enjoy roaming ...
... We left the sea at an interesting looking park which had dinosaur replicas everywhere. A bit strange but a lovely park with hibiscus and bougainvillea, which was a surprise, as well as topiary trees. Cadiz reminds me of the Barric area of Barcelona. It is a very old city, one of the oldest in Europe with long, long narrow lanes, which are somehow Dickensian in their appearance. There is a lot more to it than we were able to see and ...
... is an amazing viewpoint looking up to the bridge. Getting there requires walking down (and then back up) uneven steps and terrain which is made harder by the heat in Spain but I would definitely recommend it if you can, it provides the perfect photo opportunity.
The town itself ranges between newer areas of current shops and cute little back alleys with traditional Andalusian buildings with flowers around the windows. We walked past the Plaza de Toros, one of ...