The city of Rhonda is quaint and easily navigated on foot. Our first guides from Seville, Alicia and Manuel, were good, arriving on time for pickup, and explaining the area as we drove to Seville. Unfortunately, we were mixed with another group in Rhonda where the guide had great information, but he was hard to hear with such a large group. When we moved from one location to another, he'd start sharing info and the back of the group missed out. The Pueblos Blancos was an excellent addition, self-guided hike up the side of the hill, but the views were well worth it!
Toledo was beautiful! The Alcazar is well worth the trip! We disliked the lie being told there was no restroom access in Toledo, so we had to form long lines in a street side store restroom before reaching Toledo. Sadly, our guide translated for three languages and clearly omitted a substantial amount of information from Spanish to English and more when he went to Italian. He sure didn't seem very happy with his job and was far from friendly! We enjoyed the time we had exploring on our own much more!
Job was excellent!! Even with not one but two flat tires once we started, Job was great at sharing the history of Madrid! Riding through the crowded streets in Madrid was tense at times, but he waited for our group and then shared interesting pieces of information. Seeing that he was musician as well, he as able to suggest other venues and highlights for the stay. There clearly are a few hills included in the ride, but the bikes multiple gears helped navigate those.
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