Hotel Penon Grande
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Next I drove to Ronda, where there is a famous 'new bridge', built in 1784, and the town sits both sides of a deep gorge. The campsite was about 15 mins walk from the town, the only thing i didn't like about it was that it was on a very slight slope, enough though that i felt i had to fight rolling to one side of my van in my sleep, making for rather disturbed ...
... piece of paradise. They moved here 9 years ago to escape the hectic pace of New York to raise their family. Every meal we have eaten here has been amazing – creatively presented with ingredients they have grown in their own garden or sourced locally.
The next day we set out to explore more of the white villages. Maria, (the GPS), got us into a ‘bit of a pickle’ in one of the towns. We had come to see the interesting architecture of ...
... under nice shady tree in the square and listened to Spanish guitar player. Very relaxing until group of 50 or so noisy Asian tourists invaded and drowned out the music! Guy returned from his trek down under- hot and thirsty- we found little market place where he sat down and recovered with a beer while I explored shops. Bought some pressies for grandchildren - can't say what here as they may read this!
Also procured lovely ...
... and museum, the rest of the buildings are the original ones. Mostly semi-ruins with the original walls, ceilings and court yards restored. Absolutely amazing detail and workmanship.all surrounded by acres of the most amazing gardens I have ever seen. The roses almost made me cry, they are so beautiful.
After getting settled we headed off to get tickets to see inside the palaces. Being 2 hours late put us into a 2 hour long queque - by the time we got ...
... minutes to one, right when the last English tour of the morning was departing, so we were able to join in. Not knowing anything about the caves, we were so surprised to find that they contain some of the world's best-preserved Neolithic and Paleolithic cave drawings ever discovered! The caves were discovered in 1905 when a farmer noticed a large number of bats emerging from a hole in the ground and he went ...