Don Benito Hotel
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... tired, sweaty, but with no more damage than a busted zipper on my guitar case. I hurry and make it back to the train station just in the nick of time. I’ll never forget this Ronda adventures… 0713 A Magnificent View (Sp 043, 10B-065) Jimena de la Frontera, August 8, 2010 Day 341 : 6 hours, 7.9 kms I’d like to spend the night in Algeciras, where I can get a nice, private room for 15 euros. I should still be able to explore one more town, and then ...
... and the driving lanes are so narrow, we had to really do some maneuvering to get our car parked. Their home, where you cannot wear shoes, is a two story with 3 bedrooms upstairs and living, kitchen, etc below. There is a great rooftop patio also. We were given one of the bedrooms and a couple from Memphis/California are in the other. Mar and Alex have a school for language and a tourism business in a nearby area that is obviously the original walled city ...
... was happily walking under my legs I felt it may be time to keep walking and found myself at the edge of the world on the other side of town. I can't believe how picture perfect this whole place is. It's ridiculously beautiful! I had pretty much ticked everything off my list for the day and I was feeling pretty exhausted as I barely slept the night before so I went back to the hostel - down the right path this time - then had a siesta and dinner at the hostel. I ordered ...
... but the buzzer wasn't working!!! She was worrying bout me falling into some danger while I'd merely been worried about her blowing her credit card!! Doh!!
We headed off for a bite as her appetite had recovered during her quiet time and we were both thirsty so we headed off for a drink and for J that meant a G & T (which has itself been a common issue of just what brand of Gin was required with generally about half a dozen options on offer!)
We found a quite ...
... our hotel on the very small, nebulous map provided in our guide book.
Our guesthouse, as far as I can tell, only has two rooms. Ours is lovely with a little private balcony facing the main house where the owners live. The doors in the house are these fantastic, huge Arabian doors with lovely carvings and shapes, and a Moroccan lamp hangs above the bed. The walk through the town with our luggage was a bit of work so we turned on the air conditioner in the room ...