Hotel El Horcajo
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Banquet room
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... next and last train south. So after riding through some of the greenest, most rugged terrain of this region, I get off at Jimena de la Frontera. As soon as I get off, I know it’s going to be a cool discovery-- a pearl white Old Town along the steep slopes of the mountain with a castle on top. The question is will I manage to get there and back on time or not. I head off at a quick trot, joined by a Catalan fellow who seems just as thrilled as me to be ...
... a drink at a sidewalk cafe practically leaped out of her seat as the bus turned the corner in front of her. I think we were the only tourists on the bus. It's mainly for locals, and it seemed that this Sunday, the bus was filled with college or university students home for the weekend. Lots of hugging & kissing good byes at the bus stops. Arcos de la Frontera (towns with "de la Frontera" in them means they were on the front lines of the Reconquista) ...
... and dinner but each time they open, they drag all of the tables, chairs and umbrellas back outside. And it is so inexpensive to eat and drink here. Lunch and drinks for two (2-3 beers, 2 wines, and tapas or lunch) costs about 20 Euros. Cheap!! Shops stay open late and restaurants open for dinner around 8. We made it back to our place around 9 and shared some wine on the rooftop patio. We heard there would be a meteor shower. No such luck, but the evening was ...
Today we drove through the white towns of Spain and visited Ronda Spain.
White towns of Andalusia Spain:
Setenil de las Bodegas, Spain
The area has been settled since prehistoric times, and some of the local caves have ancient rock paintings. Many cultures have left their mark on the region, but the most influential was that of the Moors. ...
... sounds bizarre but the taste was super sweet and delish) and a piece of pork roasted in the same oven.
Even the chef came out to observe our response to the pork and we must have somewhat baulked at its obvious rareness coz one of the waiters immediately came by to offer some extra cooking. We declined and although it looked perhaps a lil rare, it was simply delicious. As we left, the chef (obviously with much time on his hands) followed us outside for a chat. It was obviously ...