Worth a “longer than you would think” hike. Plus water runs through it, even into a touristy tub with a flower in it. I promise that I did not put the flower in the tub or tell any of my amigos to do so, but someone with much less pride than myself surely did, wouldn’t be surprised if a few replicas of that one aren’t on the interweb.
One of the nicest bridges in the land. Oh Spain, Mi corazon…
Walking inside a church was one of my favorite things to do while living and traveling abroad. Each structure has its own identity, lighting, and occupants. The Cathedral of Malaga was no different. Dubbed “The One Armed Lady” only one of its two towers was completed, it was a great place to look up, escape the heat, and think.
The Bullring in Ronda is one of the main highlights of any trip to the city. I do not know how big it was in terms of bullring standards but there seemed to be a lot of room to maneuver if you are running away from an annoyed toro. The Museum inside was very nice, and showcased the history and art of the sport. The most impressive part of the bullring were the tiles in between the steps to the grandstand. They can only be appreciated by someone walking through the bullring at a Spanish pace, and they are amazing.