Hostal El Nogal
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... some contact via text message and as he was right in the middle of exams he apologised that he couldn't come out on the weekend as he had study to do. But he did contact me one morning and ask me if i wanted to come for Lunch. So he met me in the Plaza de la Merced and we started to talk (mostly in English). He wanted to show me a cool tapas place that you just but a beer and get free tapas with every beverage. When we arrived out of complete coincidence his ...
... speak English as well as Spanish, Dutch and German so we can enjoy a conversation that doesn't exhaust us. The food is delicious and the sauces outstanding. We've worked our way through the small menu and saved the best for our last meal with Luc and Patricia this Thursday-rack of lamb.
Our longer daytrips have taken us first to Ronda, a white city straddling a narrow deep gorge 100 meters above the riverbed. ...
... and sharing of this traditional music & dance. Afterwards we found a bar, where one guitar player and the regulars all sang & danced along to flamenco tunes. This was a real treat and felt very natural and spainish, it was tiny place which was packed to the rafters.
There is a muslim fortress to visit, which was lovely, very simply restored and looked after, with gardens, fountains, views and a pretty palace within its walls. Its at the bottom of a ...
Left home just after 9am and drove for 2 hours to Ronda which is on top of the mountains. It was a hairy drive with very windy roads all the way, Julie drove today and she is a lot faster than Gareth, we were actually glad when we arrived in Rhonda.
Ronda is a spectacular place and again photos do not do it justice. We saw the Old Roman Style Baths which are from th ...
... Prieto thought two dimensional rather than billboard and sketched a silhouette of a bull with the word "Osborne" across it.
Some 500 Osborne bulls suddenly appeared all over Spain on the tops of hills or in the middle of flat plains where they could be seen for miles around. Each used 50kg of black paint and 1000 rivets; these things were 14 metres high and weighed 4 tonnes! They were a massive hit with the Spanish ...