Husa Reina Victoria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Olvera was a failure yesterday, not only did it rain but the bike rental on the Via Verde de la Sierra was closed. Left Arcos this morning, it was a nice little town and a great view from our apt but we had enuf of the mizzle and the roosters. We travelled past Sevilla up in to the mountains on the way west to Portugal. Found a quaint little town to stay in called Cortegna. It has a great little Castille on its hilltop that we walked up to and went through. Time for a beer and ...
As our routine continues.
Waking up in the Canary Islands. Today we were docked at an island called 'La Palma'. Not much to see apart from rock and small colourful houses. Quite a humid day as it was overcast.
We ran 'Killer Queen' twice and there are quick changes after every number. So it's a little intense but we all enjoy it... Managing to finish about 4ish, ...
... training for knights in the 16th C, but it was Ronda's native son, Francisco Romero and his sons who established the 'rules' of modern bullfighting. The art is revered here, not considered a sport, but a cultural event.
Ronda was immortalized in chapter 10 of Ernest Hemingway's "For Whom the Bell Tolls", which I felt I should read since we were coming here...the chapter, based on real events, is ...
... stopping for photos and a rest break at a small town called Zufre, at around 2:30PM. We then passed a local cork farm, so more photos were taken there. An hour later after a very slow 40 kilometres on the small "white road" on the Michelin map, we checked into the Villa Rosillo, and we wasted not time in finding somewhere for lunch.
We had a late lunch before visiting the local tourist attraction, which is called the Gruta ...
... Ronda is famous for. The view from our room over the valley below was breathtaking. The hot sun was setting directly in front of us over the mountainous landscape. We sat and took in the scenery until the sun had set before heading out for some tapa. The restaurante that the concierge recommended was a 30 minute walk across town. The weather up in the mountains in the evening was much cooler - a nice 25 degrees. The walk took us through historic Ronda. A lot of Arab influence ...