Hotel de los Faroles
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- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... guy with an oversized backpack will show up at Alan’s door. He will sport a 4 day beard and dark eyes and we are almost positive that his name will be Jose, as everyone he has invited so far has been named Jose.)
Cordoba is a very interesting and beautiful town. It boasts some amazing architecture and history. First developed by the Moors, then the Romans, then the Christians. Its’ prize is the stunning Mezquita – an ...
... credit card without charging me. She just smiled and gave it back to me...maybe the first ticket is free? No clue. The train was just like being on a low flying airplane. There was a hostess, beverage service and spotless with leather seats and that was 2nd class!
Walked around this afternoon and there re so many photo ops. Tomorrow is Andalusia Day so there is a big parade with horses I was told. A few photos today and a lot more to come. For now, Adventure Barbie ...
... via the Internet. Fortunately, we had a second credit card.
Next morning, Saturday,we woke to cloudy skies, but no rain. We spent the morning looking around the old town some more then after a "bocadillo" lunch and glass of vino, we walked to the train station for a two hour high speed train ride to Madrid, then a 30 minute train ride to Toledo, our final stop for the day. These high speed trains are great - modern, comfortable and ...
... city. To enter you must cross a bridge, and then the gate of the city and then another gate into the main part of the city, lined with beautiful cobble stoned streets and whitewashed buildings. As you walk through you can feel the influence of the various rulers, here, the influence of Islamic rule is most evident. Cordoba was once the capital of the Islamic caliphate. The city of Cordoba houses some of the last standing Moorish (Arabic ...
... than a thousand years ago. When the Catholics took over Córdoba they decided the mezquita was too beautiful to tear down so they converted it into a Christian church and built a cathedral in the centre. When you go inside the first thing you notice are the striped double arches that seem to go on forever. It would have been amazing to see it before the side chapels and the cathedral blocked out much of the outside light. The mihrab is beautifully decorated to draw ...