Next, we visited Arcos de la Frontera. Then, we stayed five nights in Grazalema, a small, somewhat less touristy hill town with lots of character. We stayed in a room looking toward the church and heard the bells every hour. In the mornings, we went to a neighborhood café and had café and leche and toasted bread with ham sliced from a large leg held in place by a clamp. In Grazalema, we walked on the Roman road that originally served the town. We hiked the neighboring hills, spotting goats, finding ruins and enjoying the fog and colors.
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