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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
- Multilingual staff
- Smoking rooms available
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Travel Blogs from Córdoba
... in a huge building. Then you go and wait in the car park for about 15 minutes until a bus arrives and you pay a further 2.50 euro to get it to take you up the hill to the entry to the site (noting you can't buy a ticket and drive up yourself as it had boom gates! )
Okay, so you'd think you would then walk down the hill exploring the site and out the front entrance again? No. You have to explore down three terraces of ruins and come back up the hill ...
Up at 0600 today as have to try to get yesterday's blog up. It was close but did so before 0820 rendezvous with John to head out to see more of the Mezquita.
Elaine said the entry would be free but it was not so we decided to go back for brekkie. A few more items than in Seville. Where are the olives?
Returned to the Mezquita area but this time to climb the tower. Diego + Pushy [wife of Diege] were there as well as Keith. As a couple, they are probably the most ...
... Catholic Cathedral for the last eight hundred years. The Muslims still claim the Mosque as their own, and today both non-religious and religious tourists from around the world come to visit this amazing building. When we finished, we caught a taxi to the train station and go to see some of the other beautiful buildings around Cordoba including a castle.
... sent him in different directions, but eventually, he got back to us and we knew where to go. Our fuses were all pretty short by then!
Hostal La Fuente turned out to be a beautifully adorned small hotel with a gorgeous courtyard of ornamental tiles and pot plants (oops: Americans, read 'potted plants’!).
Maryln and I went for dinner up the road and came upon a beautifully preserved excavated Roman Coliseum with eleven tall columns dating back to ...
... driver. John forgot and left his driver's license at home! We were very worried that they would gouge us for the oversight, but he had prepaid the entire amount......so we were lucky -- it all worked out. Plus, our friend Joan had advised us to get the English speaking GPS at a ridiculous daily rate. John was resistant at first, but I will tell all of you -- it has been ...