Hotel El Poeta De Ronda
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- Continental Breakfast
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... on the only bus. Just as a side note, I've been using the term Reconquista. It refers to the period of time when Christians drove the Moors out of Spain between the 13th-15th centuries. Ronda is bisected by a breathtaking ravine into two sections: the Moorish Quarter and the newer Mercadillo area, built after the Reconquista. Linking these two is a massive bridge spanning the ravine. The ravine, El Tajo, is 360 ft down and 200 ft across, and the most ...
... white houses... All preparing for a Christian festival tomorrow ... Covering the town square with hay and branches of eucalyptus all around the walls...lots of flowers to make things really festive.... Mostly oleander and bourganvillia. A massive undertaking for the Corpus Christy festival once a year. Above the town was a Moors Catle ... Or the remains. After a much needed coffee we headed up to the castle for a quick look.... Phew!!! Great view of the really craggy ranges and a ...
... atmosphere. Ronda is also a great base for hiking in the
surrounding mountains and valleys. I planned two nights in the city (in a small
pension that charged 16 Euros for a small single room with shared bath) so that
I could have two full days including one to go on a long day hike in the area.
As difficult as I find the Spanish schedule of eating lunch
in what seems to me to be the middle of the afternoon and dinner around the
time you should be starting to ...
A gorgeous villa in the south of Spain, lovely company and today saw us head for Teba and the Castilla de las Estrellas on the way to historic Ronda. Soooo much history. Our guide is a history buff so we are inundated with information. The marvellous story we heard at the Castillo was about Robert the Bruce, king of Scotland who as he lay dying asked his friend sir Douglas to take his embalmed heart after his death on a crusade to the holy land. Unfortunately some fighting ...
... in the day, we all went to the Fuengirola beach, a beautiful long and sandy beach. The water in the Mediterranean is freezing, but the sand was hot. Meredith wasn't very happy with the texture of the sand, but gradually got more comfortable with it, and ended up loving it.
On our second day, we journeyed up to a city in the Sierra Nevada mountains called Ronda. It was a spectacular drive up through the mountains; the new road is ...