Aparthotel Ascarza Badajoz
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Arrived today, been out and about. Staying at this fabulous hotel called carpe diem- newly renovated and modern. Even has a patio with an honest system bar!!! We tried black pudding tonight by accident and had our FIRST real salad for dinner..... It cost the earth ...
We are in the final stages, completing the loop by coming back to Spain. We caught a share taxi from Imlil to Marrakech airport, flew into Seville and took a train to Cordoba. A fairly long day all round. Our apartment was nice, set around a lovely courtyard. We were able to walk to places, or take a local bus. Our first day, Sunday was sunny so we went to Viana palace and gardens. It has been the residence of nobility (18 different owners) from the C15 to C20. The 12 courtyards had ...
We have arrived in Caceres through the middle of town bit stressful I had to pull over at one point snooper wanted to take us down a closed off road then had a strop because I didn't. We spent most of the day driving over the Francia mountains spectacular if a little trying she is a big girl to drag up and down and ...
We left the flat plains of Castille-Leon and heading for the undulating hills of Andalusia with the Moorish town of Córdoba as our first stop. This time, it was a fast and smooth ride. Taxis were available as we exited the station and we were dropped off at a spot where it was an easy walk to the Apartment. Within a minute of our arrival, Manuel appeared to let us in. The elevator went up 1 floor but we had to walk up another flight of stairs to ...
It's an hour and a half by train from Madrid south to Córdoba. The scenery flying past changes from yellow fields and bright blue skies to olive groves, and then steep harsh landscape, tunnels and dark rain clouds. Our hotel room has a balcony that opens onto a view of the Mesquite. Small busy streets radiate from here, full of people even though it's raining and the river is a 5 minute walk away. We ...