Hotel Sierra Hidalga
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Leaving Granada we drove through many more kilometres of olive groves to a little place called Setenil de las Bodegas. We turned off the main road, following the *****'s (GPS) instructions into an alleyway and the alleys got smaller, narrower and steeper with every turn and we couldn't turn back. At one stage we had to fold the rear view mirrors back (both sides) to fit through between a building and a fence on the ...
... early evening. It took just over an hour to get to Ronda from where we were staying near Marbella over a mountain pass which had some pretty spectacular scenery. The drive was somewhat dampened by the fact it was almost impossible to find parking once we arrived. There was some sort of festival there meaning many of the streets in the centre were blocked off including the one to the car park we’d found on the internet. After another hour of driving around the ...
... she ran off again but because she hadn't started the braiding she just stayed with her family. We were watching her do re-enactments of what the woman was doing to her hair, it was so good. The poor kid. I thought she might give up since it looked like it was hurting her heaps but nope, once it was all clear they all came back, the 3yr old boy carrying the stool and the girl got back on with getting her hair done. Pretty entertaining ;)
Home to have another hot sleep..
... by a horn blaring as a large white van careers down into the furthest corner of the square and parks. A group of woman appear as if from nowhere and stand nearby. They are like a small tribal gathering, their clothes similar to each others in that they look as though they have been dressed by the local jumble sale fashion advisor. Nothing particularly colourful but thrown together without a care in the world about whether the garb goes together or ...
... with wonderful views over the surrounding countryside. Narrow streets lead to staircases and balconies....cafes waft delicious garlicky aromas and artisanal shops display tablecloths, pottery, olive oils and sausages. We wander aimlessly, enjoying the sights around every corner. The Puento Nuevo of course is the piece de resistance. Spanning the gorge with the small river a hundred feet below, it is a photographers dream. Standing on the 18th ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking