Finca Cortesin Hotel, Golf & Spa
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Hola Again……….this time from the Mediterranean!
When we left Seville, we headed for the south of Spain and the beach. However, we were going to pass next to Ronda, a particularly charming town with cobblestoned streets – one of the oldest towns in Spain. It sits next to a beautiful ravine, El Tajo and has a bridge …
... like inside. My pictures are amazingly beautiful - thanks to my Nikon D7000 it brings light to the darkness. The cost here was 26Euros per person and that included entry into some of the sites up on the rock.
From there we started walking north towards the Siege Tunnels, which was on the other side of the "rock" (We walked a total of 12.71 kilometers today and we're honestly pooped).
One of the truly weird ...
We decided to explore the Pueblos blancos (whitewashed hill
town) Casares as had heard of its village charm less touched by tourism in
comparison with others in our area. The drive was rather easy on the AP-7 which
is the toll road that runs across the Costa del Sol, sometimes running along
the coast with views of Mediterranean sea. To our pleasant surprise no traffic
whatsoever, sometimes we were the only ones on the road. However, if you want
... up when they closed the road and a jet landed. We then went into town. Gibraltar is owned by the United Kingdom so everything is English. I ate fish and chips misty got an English breakfast. The both taste bad. While we were eating in the square a parade came by with bagpipers. We walked down Main Street that has lots of shops up to the cable car. We rode the cable card to the top of the rock to see all the panoramic views. You can see Africa ...
... of waiting in line later we cross the runway at Gibraltar Airport and head to the hotel. First thing I notice is the presence of dogs again. I was really missing them. After a quick unpack, we head out to go to the Gibraltar Museum. It’s a tiny place but really informative. Originally built over 14th century Moorish Bathes, this museum is a little gem. We decide to ...