El Cortijo La Prensa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Sunday, but I have a hunch that Spain's economic downturn means that some of them won't be open tomorrow or the following days either.
It's not long before I'm diving under a tree for my first rest in the shade - then there's another, and another .... My supply of water reduces rapidly. By the time, the GPS is reading 2.2km, I'm in open country, but it's time to turn round and go back. Any longer in this heat is going to be distinctly ...
... majority of its art and architecture is the work of Islamic architects, who built it as a mosque in the 8th century. At its height, the mosque could accommodate 15,000 worshippers. The Mezquita de Cordoba is most notable for its giant arches and its forest of over 856 (of an original 1,293) columns of jasper, onyx, marble, and granite. For the final piece of work for Art 'A' level, I chose the subject of 'Arabesque' and from what I can recall ...
... explain I needed a longer lead so wanted a bit more wire and a junction thingy. The wire turned out to be so cheap I bought enough to do the whole job without a junction, but as the wire had no fittings on it I also had to buy a variety of sockets and joiners and plugs and so on. I bought one of each, to be on the safe side. Back at the caravan I sat down with screwdriver, Stanley knife and pliers and spent a happy hour ...
... s hot so we try to find the shade of the little trees planted along the fences but mostly we are in the hot sun with the donkeys. After spending time with the donkeys it's time to see what's in the gift shop. We find some souvenirs and ice cream for the kiddos to enjoy before we hop in the car.
The Laguna Feuntes di Piedra is only a 5 - 10 minute drive from the donkey sanctuary. We visit the visitor center and rent some binoculars. Since it's so hot today ...
When I wake up, I was in an abandoned church. Today was the first day I was in
Spain. The roof was full of webs and had fallen in long ago, and near the
church there were a number of sycamores growing on the place where the sacristy
had once stood. The church had a ...