Husa Reina Victoria
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... I guess coming to Ronda with no idea what I would find here made it even more special-- either way, this structure is absolutely spectacular. It’s actually quite short, spanning a narrow canyon and connecting what looks like a clifftop plateau Old Town on the other side. What makes this bridge special is how it fits in with the spectacular landscape, with its two thick pillars rising like medieval skyscrapers from the canyon floor. Trust me, it’s worth going ...
... down and spent the Sunday like we would if we'd been at home, that's when we used to have a home. We watched the rain, drank some wine and did a bit of diy - the handle on the frying pan was loose. Eventually around five o'clock it fined up and sun came out so we went a walking back into town. This time we followed a path that took us to the bottom of the gorge where you could look up, see the bridge and and the insane way some of the houses were perched on the edge of ...
... our host Craig's wife Sascha met us with nice picnic lunch of sandwich meats and bread, tortilla espanola, flan, junk food, salads, and a dessert box from a bakery, fortification for the hour long uphill slog back to Cortelazor where our week of trekking ended.
For dinner we went back to Maricastana, the more upscale of Castano de Robledo’s two restaurants for another gourmet dinner of locally sourced foods. I chose ...
... and away to the quite large and
somewhat industrial hilltop village of Jabugo. The name Jabugo makes Spaniards’
mouths water because it is a D.O.C. (Dominion Origen Controlee), a specific
area only from which a particular product which meats specific standards and
production processes can be produced, essentially a mark of quality. In this case
it is Spanish cured hams, and the town is full of industrial sized curing sheds
for the hams.
... the British-style village built for the mining companies’ British (mostly Scottish) managers and engineers, plush with tennis courts, a Presbyterian Church, and one of the homes preserved as a museum of the British way of life in the Spanish mines.
Dinner was back in Castano del Robledo and did not commence until 9:00 P.M. at the village’s other restaurant, also opened especially for a meal for our little group of ten on a ...