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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... bull ring we were underwhelmed by the newer part of Ronda. Well today, we spent the day walking the old town and now we're OVERwhelmed by the stunningly beautiful views surrounding Ronda, as well as by the gorge that bisects the two portions of the town. Neither descriptive words nor pictures can begin to do it justice, it's truly a vista by the hand of God.
We had our tapas lunch overlooking a view of the valley around us and could have stayed there all ...
... plus the more recent book, The Paris Wife, included many scenes in Ronda. After reading that book, my view of the philandering writer changed significantly.
We made a few stops for tapas then headed back to our hotel for siesta. It turned cold enough that we put the heat on in our room.
This hotel has a little cafe on the first floor so we spent some time there enjoying a ...
... Casares is a great “white village” and not too many tourists venture this way so it is unspoilt and a beautiful place to just walk around. Great views to the Rock of Gilbraltar and even Africa!
Ronda – OK enuff of the “help me Ronda, help, help me Ronda” couldn’t get that song out of me head until we saw the Puerto Nuevo – “New Bridge”, called “new” cause it was ...
... on the beach, however, it was a quarter to twelve when we eventually stopped. We had driven through the resorts of Torremolinos, Fuengirola and Benelmadena with hardly a view of the sea. I thought they all looked like very smart and well cared for resort towns and wondered if the'd look as pleasant with hoards of summer visitors. We found a lovely convenient roadside parking spot just as we were leaving Benelmadena, and ...
... cement building in a forbidding, industrial part of the port. We had bought ferry tickets online, but it didn’t feel very advanced that we had to sit on the cement floor, there were no employees around, and there were none of the amenities we were used to for passenger transport. The storm was raging outside, but we were relieved that we had made it in time.
Spain was like a vacation from our “job” of traveling, even though we ...