Parador de Ronda
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A place that could do with some renovation but an incredible position right on the fissure by the bridge.
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Packed up yet again, we are getting very good at this, then off to Antequera. I liked Antequera, it was very neat, clean and friendly. We walked up the hill to the cathedral but didn't go in as we were pushed for time. Walking up a friendly Spanish man spoke to us and was keen to get his message across, but we had no idea what he said. We stopped …
... I wanted to make sure we could secure seats.) Well guess what..the ticket counter was closed and if you wanted a ticket you'd have to wait until the next day when you'd buy them on the bus. Returning back to the train station where Jack was patiently waiting with the luggage, we found out there were no taxis, and your only option would be to call for one on the phone. Right. Our Spanish is not that good, and the staff at the station just pointed you to ...
... we were driving through fields . We did arrive in Lanjoron , and hour latter than expected but in one piece . Yet another nice tree lined town in the mountains . There is snow still on the Sierra Nevada now . We are an oddity in this town most tourist being Spanish. The hotel has a super pool which we took full advantage of. There was abunch of old caiachs at the pool sunbathing .boy could they talk ten to the dozen without taking a breath .and loud .i was ...
... a gorge I had to tell him that, although I did not know for sure, the prognosis was not good.
We had started out quite late, so by the time we reached the bridge it was already lunch time. We found a nice restaurant with a great view of the bridge and down to the gorge. After some homemade pÔtÚs, followed by fried squid and fried anchovies, we headed towards the town's second major landmark, a bullring. Ronda is the birthplace ...
... and head off to do something else while the others trickle in. The others, arriving and seeing that the first have gone and done something else, whip themselves off once more to wait for the first. I seemed always to be the go-between who informed the different members of the others' activities, and I was met - several times - with questions such as 'where's Elni', 'where did JG go' and 'why the hell did they go and get ice cream?' Ah, good times. ...