Hostal de la Luna
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... we headed to the local butchers and green grocers to collect ingredients. I made my guacamole and a salad to go with it while the boys fussed over preparing and cooking the meat. Dad and I decided we would be best placed in the bar out of the way so we indulged in a few pre dinner beers. The food was absolutely delicious, great quality meat and an authentic barbecue, you really can't beat it! It was like having a family dinner with our new found friends. The hostel ...
... was heading out of the city in that direction.
The city was deserted, much better in many respects, so was surprised to find the 1st 2 hostels full. Was a longer sweaty walk in the midday sun to settle on one, better located for the attractions and significantly cheaper, just over half of yesterday’s luxury offering.
Even in the city, despite tourist info employee protestations, the siesta is rife and everywhere ...
... So as a challenge to myself, I was determined to find my own way there with a map in hand and to also get some exercise.
So on day one of navigating myself to Spanish lessons, I headed in the right direction until I couldn't find a certain street, then on day two I thought I would try a new route, but got myself completely lost (so both these days I had to catch taxi), but on day three I finally got myself there! As you can imagine, I was pretty proud ...
... the same price, she offered us a gorgeous little room with 3 beds, a private bathroom, and a little kitchenette, looking over the river - happy days! We promptly told the hostel dude where to stick it (nicely of course, although he was not amused), checked into our cosy new abode, and located a beer. By the time we'd had a beer and cooked some dinner we were shattered, so went to bed ready for some walking the next day. When we arose, the weather was unfortunately not quite the ...
After the long day in the bus we felt like eating some nice food in
Cordoba. Unfortunately, Cordoba didn't turn out to be a place to find
nice restaurants at. The only restaurants we found were pubs serving
beer and pizza. So we adapted.
On the following day we went to Alta
Gracia - a town close to Cordoba. There we visited the museum of Che
Guevara,which is located within his ...