Parador de Ronda
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... history, telling of the remarkable engineering feats of these baths, with its hot and cold indoor plumbing system and all. Then I cross another lower bridge back to the south side of town, where wander up the pedestrian street and the “heart” of the city, grab something to eat, and then back to the bridge again. This time, I want to figure out a way down to the base of the bridge. Sure enough, on the northeastern side, there’s a path down the cliff. ...
... it in their car and catch up again with the other teams. We wish them all the best and hope they can rejoin us quickly!
We arrived at the hotel as 4th and 5th team. As we were enjoying a - in our opinion well deserved - cold beer one team after another arrived. Stories and experiences so far were exchanged, and tickets for the ferry crossing tomorrow were arranged via a seller known to the organization who came to the hotel for us. Last ...
... stone cross or whatever it was, not a trace could be found. Locals knew nothing about it. Was it a tale made up for the guide books? The rest of the town seemed to have nothing of interest at all. A good many one or two storey white houses, the odd shop, a new bus station and the usual huge area laid out with roads and street lights waiting for a development which might never come. The latter had been occupied by a small band ...
... fighting, but the bullring and training school is fascinating. And those guys were really tiny little guys! Find the photo of Ken next to the costume. No, no, not the photo of Ken pretending to be a bull, altho he does get fierce sometimes. We ate overlooking the valley below the 'New Bridge', built in the 1800s. Pretty spectacular. And pretty perfect weather, too, here and throughout our time in Spain. Everyone says they are surprised by how warm it is ...
Heather gets up first each morning, turns on the heater, and annoys us out of bed by prattling on at us in an irritatingly chipper voice. Most mornings anyway – once a month or so she's slightly less chipper. This morning she was at it again with the whole "rise and shine, it’s a beautiful morning" nonsense. It works though. If only to stop her, I drag myself out of bed and get over to the heater. Then while we all do teeth ...