Hotel San Cayetano
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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... the view if we didn't have the remainder of the town to see.
We debated going into the main church but once we went in and listened to the the audio tour, it proved we made the correct decision.
At one point we were looking down over the gorge and saw a walkway far below us so we decided to walk down and find that walkway. Again, we were so happy with our decision. By doing so we walked over the old bridge which was built in the 17th century and which gave ...
... of decaf before heading down the street for dinner to a place the hotel recommended. What a great place...all locals and us. Good cheap food, despite the fact that we still don't understand how to order and both of us ordered the same dinner whereas, we could have shared one plate with no problem because the size of the portions is so large. Wine price was right...1€. Can't beat ...
... some rest. The train stopped at many stations but we arrived into Ronda c 1550, a bit late. The top speed I saw was 133 kph.
The luggage went in cars [plus Noel and Puppy Dog]. I suggested the two laziest people would volunteer, John wondering why I did not go. He had earlier suggested he had drawn the short straw re train seats. Bankers can only be so funny but he's improving.
It was a 10M walk to the Hotel Polo. Puppy Dog was ...
... old part of town that served great tapas – the grilled peppers and prawns were so good.
We also managed to find another convent that served cookies through the lazy susan – those nuns sure do know how to bake! We found Ronda to be quite charming – with its amazing history, plazas, architecture and vistas to the surrounding country side. Once again we have had amazing sunny weather with temps in the mid to high ...
... Ronda into two sections. The triple arched, 200 year old bridge (Puente Nuevo) that links the old and the new district is 390 feet deep. The Romanesque arch is framed by gigantic stone foundations. At the bottom is what appears to be a tiny stream only to actually be a roaring river which goes on for miles. A small balcony on the bridge catches Aaron's eye and we soon remember that behind that door was the torture chamber for prisoners and some were thrown off the balcony ...