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TravelPod Member ReviewsPlaza de Toros Ronda
Great little hotel. Clean rooms, very friendly staff. Most of the sights are an easy walk from the hotel. Perfect for a few days in Ronda!
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Travel Blogs from Ronda
... I won’t bother with too much writing but just throw in the following photos to give you a taste of what we have been up to.
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... were staying at is not on the main transport lines, so it was with some trepidation that we set out yesterday from our hotel in Barcelona to make the journey.
Our first leg of the adventure started with hailing a cab outside our hotel at 5.30am to get us to the bus station. We had decided to take the aerobus rather than train as it was a more straightforward exercise. We caught the bus - they leave every ...
... of Madrid and then for a couple of nights in Bilbao. So if you can hang in there for a couple more entries..it's nearly over!
(As an aside I took one for the team in Ronda and let a wasp sting me. Not a problem until my arm decided to take exception to it and morph into a giant Walls sausage. All fine now though and no surgery required . This is included as it's important that you don't think we have been having too much of a good time.)
... overlooking lush green countryside doted with houses, horses and pools. As we stared out across the landscape a trio of guitarists sitting under a gazebo played Spanish music softly in the background.
Sitting down in the nearby park to eat some oranges we noticed a couple of stray cats around. We watched as one cat stalked and attacked a baby bird. Horrified, we watched on as the bird's parents/family/friends came to its rescue by swooping at the ...
We sampled that life by spending lots of time absorbing the street scene and popping in and out of tapa bars and coffee shops, one of the best ways to fit in with the locals. As an example, the 5 of us, Koen included, wedged into a tiny little bar and consumed 14 tasty tapas such as wedges of lettuce (hence the name of the restaurant "Lechuguita"), meatballs, stuffed peppers and chorizo, 6 canas ...