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- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- All-Suites Property
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... the white towns of Andalucía. As luck would have it, we enjoyed a lovely sunset over the Andalucían hills, and arrived just as it was turning dark. One interesting event, when we were pulling out of one of the small villages in which we stopped: the bus had to come to a standstill to let a flock of sheep, complete with a shepherd and two sheep dogs, cross the road! Who knew that such things still existed? Somehow, it was quite fitting for the ancient ...
... the evening. As we graze on tapas, we watch all the interactions amongst the kids and between the kids and their parents - life lessons being learned and characters being formed right in front of our eyes - a very enjoyable episode. On our return to the hotel we encounter a religious procession in the main street - turns out this will also carry on very early the next morning right out side our hotel. We fall asleep In our room, overlooking a courtyard. It's very ...
... The overall damage was 12E each for the food and a euro per drink [15E] so it was good value compared to Granada yesterday.
John's suggestion an Antarctic tour was cruising was not nearly as dumb as Peter asking if the Spansih club Celta Vigo was related to Celtic United. Colin was the main guide heading back. I had clearly paid little attention to the route.
Puppy Dog opened the room with a key. There was a second key on my bed; anus.
... is called the new bridge as it was recently built in the 1700's! This is an ancient town built on a plateau. There are steep cliffs which helped with the fortification. It was a settlement in the B.C. era.
There seem to be a lot of tourist here and it isn't even tourist season, the place must be packed in the very hot summer months. I have heard this area referred to as the frying pan of Spain.
I found out from the ladies in ...
... of one of these. Ronda is built on a high, very high cliff face, but there is a gorge or ravine between the two parts of town. This gorge is only 40-50metres across at the highest point, and a little narrower in a few other places where the peoples of centuries past have decreed that they need access across the ravine. Ronda is where we stayed and after checking in, we walked around the old part of town and then across the three bridges. The Romans built the first ...