Hotel Cordoba Center
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... get to Córdoba and circled the train station a few times to find the right road to lead us to the Europcar parking. We ask a couple of guys if we are on the right road and they shrug their shoulders! We find it on our own, drop off the car and grab a cab to get to the Balcon de Córdoba, a lovely hotel in a narrow street. Well done Chris. Since we are here less than 24 hours, we must do the Mezquita. How fortuitous that our hotel is but a few steps away! We enter and ...
... needed his ice cream fix. Got a cinnamon cone. It was nice but I would not rave at the level John did about it last night.
At the Archaeological Museum, the staff asked for nationality. John said English and she gave him two tickets, saving me the entry fee. The museum features the Roman period as it was built to incorporate a Roman theatre. The Arab period was also prevalent when the area was known as Al-Andalus.
It was c 1400 so lunch was finally on our minds. ...
... two bags...what would you bring? You'd be surprised how much space your necessary items take up!
All the clothes (tops, bottoms, dresses, skirts, shorts, socks, etc) I brought fit into a bag a bit larger than the compression sack of a sleeping bag!
The remaining space in my backpack was filled with all the other stuff that were non-clothes related such as toiletries, vitamins, chargers, adapters, travel books, umbrella, raincover for the backpack, ...
... It was very good. Two free tapas to begin of olives and salami. Before the tapas was finished our host, a benign, generous Spanish-only speaker shifted us to a better table. And at the end of the meal gifted us with a local raisin liqueur. We met a Dutch/ Swiss pair there, Pim and Judith, and had more drinks and lively chats with both of them for longer into the evening. But the time came, addresses were swapped and we wandered home and settled into our place. A good ...
... s English and speaks Spanish so we left a little more enlightened about Spanish ways than we would have been otherwise. La Barossa is not like the ghastly stuff you find along the Costa del Sol that's further to the west where the predominantly English residents have created their home away from home. It's low rise development with a nice, white sandy beach. It fronts the Atlantic and we even had a great little body wave early one morning. Had it to ourselves. ...