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Cordoba is a great city, not very big but beautiful buildings, gardens and city center. I spent two days in Cordoba and slept at Funky Cordoba hostels. The room was for 2 people, and it looked a hotel room, we had our own bathroom with everything in it! The breakfast was also good and cheap, i would recommend it to everyone. Nice, cosy and cheep hostel ;)
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... 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 ...
As most official buildings in Spain are closed on Mondays, today would be our best opportunity to visit the city of Cordoba. However on Sundays there is only one bus each way - in at 9.30am and back at 8pm! - a ...
... is going on, the principal gave me a custom timetable tailored with easy classes. ("easy" does not mean i know whats happening, im still pretty much lost all the time). Anyhow, my custom schedule allows me to rotate between A,B, and C. So, i avoid classes like math and chemistry, and i double up on classes like spanish, english, ethics, social studies, and ethics. Im a real hoot in spanish class, i would predict that the teacher speaks at a rate of approx. 12758 ...
... inside as it is on the outside. We have been recommended a street to visit for tapas, but these little tiny twisty streets defeat us and we cannot for the life of us find what the concierge has pointed out to us. We end up taking a backstreet option and finding a tapas bar called aptly "101 tapas", which funnily enough has 101 different tapas. In a fortunate twist, it has the description in English as well as Spanish and we choose ...
... began looking like the best option. Since it's a bigger city (about twice the size of Jaen), I decided it would be best to spend a night there.
Since I was spending two days there, I decided against the early train and instead headed out on the 10am train. The trip is only an hour and half in train, which is nice. From the train station, I asked a man what bus to take to get to the general area of my hotel. He instructed me to get on ...