Aparthotel Ascarza Badajoz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I just like the accent on the o! Train this am then a leisurely walk through the old district to the grand mezquita, once the largest mosque in Europe. Like many buildings ( and roads), the original moors who came built on top of a Visigoth church, and part of that is preserved below ground level. An amazing structure, with typical Arabic inlaid walls, and supporting ...
Made the decision to head to Córdoba on the N roads. Motorways tend to be the same over...so drove through endlessly large fields. Their harvest still in progress & the trusty Claass lime green combine harvesters out in force. Roads very quiet...& getting a bit peckish, very few roadside cafes, until....Yes, one appears.
We park the GG, & walk into the Restaurant. Large room with tv blaring in the corner & a few random truckers sat ...
Hotel perched on a hill just outside Toledo with great views of the countryside. Parked GG in spacious underground car park, where I met another (French) Harley rider tending to his machine..obviously on his way to,the jamboree in the South. He admired my....GG! He appreciates a good motor as well!
We jumped in the pool to cool off, then headed ...
John says: We're in Spain now for about 3weeks: Barcelona, Cordoba Sevilla,Granada and Madrid. I'd been here 43years ago when Franco was still dictator,and looking back I wonder how I came out alive; one night in particular with a mad Polish guy out drinking slivovitz ,when he so very nearly got us locked up,or worse.The carbinarie were everywhere still carting people off. Now it's hard ...
The train trip from Barcelona to Cordoba gave us a great view of the Spanish countryside. Acres and acres of olive tree and vines interspersed with the smallest acreages of wheat you have ever seen. A harsh, arid landscape - dry as dry yet every scrap of land between the mesas used for patches of something It was reminiscent ...