Friday, October 9, 2015

This City Is Catnip To Writers, Artists, Bullfighters

Not to far from Mallorca sits a Spanish city sliced open by a huge gorge.
This enchanting place is defined by its narrow streets and alleyways, its spectacular views of the valley below, its proud residents and its colorful history as the birthplace of the bullfight and a haven for writers and artists such as Ernest Hemingway and Orson Welles. 
The city is Ronda and to get to it you climb a twisting road that seems to run straight up into the clouds.
It's been our favorite place so far on this journey.
Take a look!

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