Hotel San Cayetano
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Ronda
... in this village. There’s a railroad junction here, and that seems to be the only reason for this village’s existence-- although there is the ruins of an ancient soap factory that suggest that once upon a time there were jobs here. As I wander about, met only by an occasional grandfather out for a morning walk, I ponder on what it must be like to live in a tiny village in the middle of nowhere. 0712 The Coolest Bridge in the World (Sp 042, 10B-064) ...
... than pretty with white housed hill top villages, craggy cliff faces and sweeping roads that finally took us to Ronda. We arrived at our accommodation for the next three nights to find we'd somehow ended up on a bloody campsite, okay we had a little chalet jobby with its own kitchen and bathroom but we were still adjacent to the caravan pitches. There'd been no clue at all to this when we booked our stay here at El Campo Touristico, but there you go. We had a laugh watching a ...
... El Bosque). The scenery was amazing - very rocky landscape and deer running around the side of the road. From the top, we could see the Atlantic ocean reflecting teh setting sun. We made a decision to get to Jerez (spanish for sherry). On our way into to the city, we saw the Lustau winery - home of my favourite Spanish sherry! We couldn't get to the Pension we were hoping to stay at (roads were very difficult - another old cobblestone ...
... I consider one of my new best friends, M) we ended up in the honeymoon suite of the Hotel San Gabriel. It is a three room suite with a bathroom bigger than our apartment in Madrid. Oil paintings, bronze sculptures, antique furniture and lighted display cabinets adorn this lovely space. We feel very lucky to have these rooms. So for three days, we will live the life of luxury. Tuesday, we toured Ronda, including the Ronda Bullring. I have mixed feelings ...
We decided to ease into our Spanish excursion with a short day trip to Ronda. We had heard about the gorge and bridge and wanted to see it for ourselves. As it turns out, the Puente Nuevo "New Bridge" is much more than a misnomer. It is almost 300 years old and absolutely massive! It took 42 years to complete and spans the gorge known as El Tajo which is nearly 400 feet deep. It was amazing to see it in person! Much ...