Hotel Puerta de la Villa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Puerta de la Villa Grazalema
Nice and clean. Lovely view from our room. English is a bit of a problem. WiFi only in foyer area but good. Only ate breakfast there which was nice.
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Next I drove to Ronda, where there is a famous 'new bridge', built in 1784, and the town sits both sides of a deep gorge. The campsite was about 15 mins walk from the town, the only thing i didn't like about it was that it was on a very slight slope, enough though that i felt i had to fight rolling to one side of my van in my sleep, making for rather disturbed ...
... las Bodegas with houses and shops built right into the rock faces. What we didn’t expect however, was to drive right through the centre of this confined small town! Maria funnelled us deeper and deeper into town, the streets narrowing as we ventured on - the stone walls closing in on us, side mirrors pulled in and Heather hanging out the window yelling out the inches of clearance we had on the each side of the car. Once we ran the gauntlet and found a ...
... for Guy's collection.
Walked back across bridge and decided to do tour of bullring and bullfighting museum. Bullring is the oldest in Spain and the birthplace of bullfighting on foot (1785) - was creepy but museum was interesting - lots of historical horsey stuff all about how men of the various eras worked off their testosterone when they weren't fighting off marauding invaders ( either Moslem (those Moors again) or Christians) depending ...
... ticket window all the day sessions were sold out but as we were staying overnight we could get tickets for 10 pm at night! So we spent the rest of the day wandering the gardens and I had a bit of a rest (my poor knees don' t like uneven cobblestones while Guy walked down into the city.
After nice (but not fantastic ) dinner at the posh hotel we finally got to see inside the palaces. It was well worth the wait!
7/5. After another walk in those ...
... for valuable bat-dung, thus stumbling on the drawings. His grandson, Farmer Jose Bullon and his family now manage the caves and guide tour groups through, maximum of 25 visitors at a time, to preserve the fragile drawings. Once in the cave, Jose used a giant flashlight to point out the drawings (and the bats on the roof!) and we were only allowed one small light per two people, so we stumbled and bumbled our way ...