I love Spain. Seriously, I do. One of those reasons is because of places like Ronda. The location in which we live allows us to hop over to other beautiful towns and experience more culture. Ronda is a town that is only a little over 2 hours away. Ronda has beautiful, beautiful (I said it two times, so you know it must be true) views, good food and the rest is history. For reals, Ronda is full of interesting history. I’d love to tell you all about it but let’s move on to the good stuff.
This was one of the first places we saw (well, after I sort of led us into the wrong direction and got demoted from map-holder/line-leader).
I was trying to take a picture of the white buildings in the background but these two people got in the way of my shot.
I joke, I joke. This was actually my sisters’ favorite day while she was in Spain. It’s not hard to tell why.
This is one of my new favorite photos. My handsome husband holding my precious daughter on his shoulders makes me weak in the knees. Coincidentally, so does me holding my daughter on my shoulders on days full of walking. Another win for me for having a husband who has big, macho muscles.
No Spanish town would be complete without small walkways. Eventually, we came upon the bullring (Plaza de Toros). As soon as we walked in, two real live bulls started having a face-off…
It was too much excitement so we ventured onward…
If any of you Rota folks get the hankerin’ for a little exploring soon, I encourage you to head over to Ronda.
Directions from Rota straight to Plaza de Toros in Ronda can be found here. Print out a guided walking tour here (you can even do the same walk Michele Obama took while she visiting back in 2010). Happy travels!