Hotel Arco de la Villa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... German couple and shared stories. The have an older brown Labrador, which had a fit during the night. I think that they will put their Morocco travel on hold until the all clear.
It was a colder night than we were used to but not as cold as it would have been at Ronda. Our elevation was about 500m. The village being very tidy and was have been owned by arabs before 1300's.
... September. Where are the old guys in their little black slippers, dancing around with the red capes, trying to outsmart the big, black raging bull? At the main bridge, Puente Neuvo, when you peer over the side you are moved by how the water and rock meet! You can only imagine the history that unfolded with first the Celts, then Phoenicians and Greeks, before the Moors with their mosques and palaces and many others until the Spanish after a long and bitter struggle took it over in ...
... br> Add 6-7 hours to your dinning schedule, lunch 6pmish, dinner 11pmish
Sangria is awesome
Gazpacho is very refreshing and I don’t even like tomatoes
Driving even as a passenger in England is weird and you think you’re going to crash at every intersection
Pork is King be prepared to never look at bacon the same, hello turkey and swiss on rye!
Talk to other travelers they are a wealth of ...
... in 1485.
Ronda also has a history of bullfighting - it has a bull ring and museum but we didn't view it - bull fighting isn't something we're interested in or want to support.
We had lunch in the Alminar Restaurant and the menu of the day (10E) - chicken soup or mixed salad, 1/4 chicken and dessert for 12E. But it did not include wine - disappointing... The dessert was custard pudding. Dale had the 'conejo al aroma de la sierra' - or ...
Hola chiquitos! It is the tuesday after a long and adventerous 4 day weekend. I am finally settled in to all of my classes and luckily they all fall on monday, tuesday, and wednesday. I am taking two language classes and 2 literature classes. And then I have a 4 day weekend every weekend! que guay. The language classes are very fun and entertaining. The literature classes on the other hand are very difficult. Hopefully they will become easier as the year goes on. ...