Hotel Bodega El Juncal Ronda
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... plates with a picture of the church/palace/fortress at the top of the hill and the cast of Game of Thrones superimposed. It seems some episodes were filmed here in 2014, using both the hill and the bullring, bringing some income to the town which currently has the highest unemployment rate in the whole of the EU. The irony of course is that the 550 locals who took parts as extras would never see the finished product as ...
... I saw no problem with this, being a habitual pip swallower, but many struggled! Then it was hugs and kisses all around, just to ensure that those who had not had the bug did now get it.
Back in the main room we were chatting to our Dutch neighbours, who had just got back from a week with their family in Holland, when Lesley spotted a familiar face. Towards the end of our original “gap year” in 2009 ...
... it is only a short distance more, there is a lot of space, and my personal favorite; we are almost out of here back on the main road." He knew none of these things as he has never driven here before, neither did he know what was around the corner, but it did help to make it easier. I am sure these stories will live for a long time like most "fishing stories," but how they will be able to embellish it is beyond me, because the "fish was really that ...
... resulted in the heart eventually being returned to Scotland and most of the knights dying in this corner of the world. Strange connections! After driving through some very dry and rugged countryside, a little reminiscent of parts of Australia but with olive trees instead of gum trees, we arrived at Ronda. What a treasure that turned out to be. Marvellous history and magic landscapes and the world's oldest bull ring dating back to the 1700s where bullfighting changed ...
... for a lazy afternoon of nursing our illnesses.
Wandering back out around 6pm (after all the day-trippers had disappeared) we slowly made our way across the bridge and down into the gorge. The dusty path allowed us to go all the way under the bridge where we were treated to better views of the waterfall beneath it and were able to really grasp the immensity of this bridge.
We headed back into the main town afterwards for an 'early' dinner (at ...