Hotel de los Faroles
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... decorated with different colored rocks embedded to make out lovely designs. There were statues peppered throughout the grounds and one could tell that the upkeep of these gardens were both ongoing and tedious.
We are still adjusting to the time change and we find ourselves getting tired when it is in the middle of the day and we are wide awake in the wee hours of the morning.
Since many of the shops were closed for siesta (a few hours in the ...
... forced to make a different turn and found ourselves on a VERY narrow street. We pulled in the side mirrors. We heard the rubber of our tires squealing against the curbs on both sides. We pictured our vehicle wedged between two buildings. We thanked our lucky stars we had opted for the full insurance package on the vehicle. Finally we emerged onto a regular size narrow street, let out the breath we’d been holding, and found the road to Granada. Our road trip ...
Right now I'm in a train on my way to the south of Spain. I hear its really beautiful down there. Ana and I are going to Cordova then to spend a day in Granada. It'll be a quick and busy trip but I'm looking forward to seeing the difference between there and the north of Spain.
First day in cordoba was interesting. It was like walking around in a small village that's big. The buildings are white and orange and the streets are narrow and stone. We walked around downtown all day. We ...
... into the niche and it would be amplified so all (often 20,000 or more worshipers) could hear, as they kneeled in prayer. Such was the wonder of the Mezquita that even the Christians didn't have the heart to destroy it when they conquered Moorish Spain in 1236 AD, so they built their cathedral inside it, it being extremely beautiful, too! If you visit the Mezquita early ...
... roasted chicken in a nice Taragon sauce, served with mixed vegetables and potatoes. Dessert was a really good experience…the best way to describe it would be to say it was an angel's food cake (sort of), with some kind of fruit, either pears or apples, coated with cinnamon, and topped with whipped cream…very good.
After dinner, we retreated to the hotel's bar on the roof for some breathtaking views of the city at ...