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... bull ring we were underwhelmed by the newer part of Ronda. Well today, we spent the day walking the old town and now we're OVERwhelmed by the stunningly beautiful views surrounding Ronda, as well as by the gorge that bisects the two portions of the town. Neither descriptive words nor pictures can begin to do it justice, it's truly a vista by the hand of God.
We had our tapas lunch overlooking a view of the valley around us and could have stayed there all ...
... plus the more recent book, The Paris Wife, included many scenes in Ronda. After reading that book, my view of the philandering writer changed significantly.
We made a few stops for tapas then headed back to our hotel for siesta. It turned cold enough that we put the heat on in our room.
This hotel has a little cafe on the first floor so we spent some time there enjoying a ...
... The monastery was a Gothic/Renaissance structure. It was substantial in size. The central courtyard included lemon trees. I was thinking 'overpriced' until we hit the church. The interior was covered, including the ceiling area. While appearing slightly dated, your eyes were drawn everywhere at once. We must have spent 10--if not 15--minutes inside the church alone.
Happy campers at this success, back to Ugarit for a cafe con leche. John opted ...
We picked up our rental car ( a Citroen Picasa) and after a couple of attempts to exit the city we said farewell to Granada. The scenery is similar in some ways to Tuscany but there are acres and acres of olive groves on the rolling hillsides and there is also cactus amongst the fields.
Stopped in Campillos and after our 3rd circumnavigation of this small town (pop. 5,000) finally found a parking space. I think half ...
... and shops and doing some major people watching.
Later in the day we returned to one of the central squares and watched as people left the bullfight arena. Many of the ladies were attired in traditional dresses. Bob approached one group of four and asked if he could take their picture. They graciously agreed and seemed to take delight in posing for the camera.