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... fashion. I head to the supermarket and stock up on supplies, eat a decent meal, then set out explore the town.
Yep, it is as boring as I remember it. In fact, it’s possibly the most boring of the 31 Spanish towns I’ve parkbenched to date. No real historical district, there’s a boxy looking City Hall, the short pedestrian street has little charm, and the rest of the city is just your standard narrow white streets with ...
Today Jess cooked me a lovely plate of bacon and eggs!! After we had brekky and showered we had planned to go Ronda which is about 50km away and we didn't know what to expect there hour and a half drive through some of the most beautiful landscape Iv seen and some of the most different but was lovely climb up the mountains then a slow decent into Ronda and entered straight down the Main Street and drove over the Puente Neuevo bridge that spanned ...
... times, we saw an alley, went through it and found another little plaza with palm trees and benches that we didn't even know were there. One night more out around the tapas bars and then on the plane tomorrow. They have changed our flights again, as they have with every single flight we've had. This time the flight out ...
... the park. The first park is the French designed
palace here. There is no more French than Gustav Eiffel. The mansion is very
nice inside although empty of furniture, so it seems very spacious and the
frescoes on the ceilings are really quite good. We emerge out through the back
of the palace to find the equestrian, dressage square. Probably has a proper
word, but it is a square. A tutor was putting a rider through his paces on a
nice chestnut horse, and ...
... Go figure.
On the drive up to Ronda, we have spectacular views of the Andalusian countryside as the scenery changes from coastal to mountainous. We are able to see several of the white hill towns nestled in the sides of the mountains as we approach Ronda. When we finally arrive, we discover a picturesque town of 35,000 residents that spans over the plunging El Tajo River gorge. We walk across the impressive Puente Nuevo, New Bridge, an 18th century bridge ...