Casa de los Naranjos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Pets allowed
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... house with hot, warm and cold pools, a steam bath and a massage. Very soothing and relaxing. We had a visit to the Museum of fine arts which had some interesting art work, but was heavily loaded with older religious paintings. After some simple local food in a cafe we returned to the apartment for some red wine and an early night. Tomorrow we leave for Madrid. After a few days there, Vic will be flying home via Hong Kong, and I will spend some time in Granada and Malaga before flying ...
... from Islam, Christianity and Judaism. He liked the irony at one stage showing us a Moorish architectural entry design heading to a Christian chapel situated in the historic Jewish [Juderia] part of the town. Leather craftsmanship, particular houses of note, a famed bullfighter [contrast Dave as a famed ***********] and a noted Arab man of letters were part of the hour walk. His delivery was very low key and not an overload of details.
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... 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, ...
We left early morning for Toledo, often called: City of Three Cultures: Arab, Christian and Jewish. The history of Toledo dates back to the Roman occupation (Toletum) circa 192BC.
We found parking at the end of a steep hill near the 13th century cathedral or the Alcázar that sits on the outskirts of the old city. The origin of the building dates back to 3rd century Roman times. El Greco lived here for many years and some of his works can be seen in the Gothic ...
Its now week #9 of my journey, and I have been blessed every minute of it.
My time hasn't been boring, but I havent got a lot to say. I havent really left Cordoba all that much, but thats ok because the city itself is pretty cool. I can now make my way around the main roads surrounding my house, and also get to city fixtures where i tell my friends to meet me. I know my url is "lostinspain", but im considering changing it to ...