Hotel Fuerte Grazalema
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Even before brekkie there was carping about the coldness of the rooms by some. The dumbest thing I heard was somebody got out the extra warm blanket[s]. Mr Boring was challenging John about the warmth of the rooms re 'swapsies'. The Beast was complaining about no heat and not staying in a refugio.
I've got two more nights on this trip and seven in and around Barcelona with Esther and Daniel. I've opted to bag the walk in the dubious weather and hope to beat ...
... 8E]. Some of the background stuff about the sport morphing from military gear, etc was probably not needed. Built in 1572, it is the oldest bull ring in Spain, seating 4,500 people. It reminded me of a Roman amphitheatre.
It was a windy day, not conducive to sitting and listening too long. Some sounds of a bullfight or more music in the background would have helped. There were pix of Orson Welles and Ernest Hemingway, both fans of the city.
... as I could say I smell them. Very impressive!
Besides nature was in full blossom and all birds were doing their sping chants - so peaceful!
For sports people it is possible in dry season to walk along the riverbed. We were however told that this needs special authorization and you need rope for abseiling at some spots.
... their kids - very cheap but not a patch on previous night - think we have been spoilt by the upmarket places we have been frequenting.
10/5. Drive to Jerez - about 1&1/2 hours from here. Good road once we got out of the hills. We wanted to check out the "Feria del Caballo" (Horse Fair) which starts on Monday. Jerez is the home of the Andalucian performing horses and flamenco dancing. This world famous festival
features both ...
... and a visit to the Alcazar (the fort) headed down town to pick up our car. A brand new VW Golf - hope it fits in these narrow streets.
After one little blip (missed a turn and ended up down a lane with potholes big enough to lose your dog in) - just as well there were no other cars around! Back on track and onto the freeway and off to Ronda.
Another amazing place - built either side of a huge canyon - old city one side ,new city the other joined by ...