Albenzaire Hotel Asado
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- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... picture taking (and it’s a huge place), so we got in line and waited for 10 or so minutes to go in.
Once more, I’m at a loss for words. Washington Irving spent some time here while writing in Spain, and even he said, “How unworthy is my scribbling of the place”, so I guess I shouldn’t feel too bad. The intricacy of detail, the remnants of color that hint at what must have been overwhelming a few hundred years ...
... exciting. We kicked ourselves for not returning the same way. Even though the roadways are excellent as reported previously- its just that they are carved out of the rock and looking over the edge is disconcerting.
Our second big drive was to Cordoba (Cordova), a UNESCO World Heritage Site, about 2 hours drive west and north from Triana through the foothills of the Sierra Morena mountains, one of the largest ...
... which is unusual.
We found the city plaza, San Fernando Square and engaged in people watching. As we headed back to the Parador we got the feel for the graphical nature of the map. We jumped in our car, found the old Roman Ruins on our GPS and drove about 6 kilometers throug the
center of the new city of Carmona. Walking would have ruined our walking objective for the day.
We returned to ...
... property and opening up all manner of shops. In fact there is a role reversal occurring nowadays - the spaniards are heading to Morocco at four times the normal rate because they can't get work in Spain. At the end of the day, Spain and Morocco are separated by only 14km - you could just about swim it!
Tired feet and tired minds guided us to the correct bus stop for home and we arrived back at the van just before dusk. We put the ...
... first lesson was with Antonio, who always flirted shamelessly (rather interesting, as my flirting vocabulary consisted only of "muy guapo" (very beautiful) and "si"...) - we quickly found out that we could waste half a lesson as soon as wine or olives were mentioned (which was a lot). Other professors included Miguel with the ponytail; Paz, who never wore the same outfit twice and whose bum provided perfect distraction when Spanish just got too much; ...