Residencia y Restaurant Fernando III
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... I saw that Seville wasn’t that far away so decided there and then to head for it. I arrived in Seville, made my way to the sanctuary of McDonalds, ordered a coffee, accessed their Wifi and booked a hotel, this time out of town. What a day!
I walked around Seville that evening but didn’t want to do too much as I was still in my bike gear, I was hot, hungry and feeling very fatigued. I made my way to the hotel, checked in, ...
Our hostel was located in the Barrio de Santa Cruz, the city's medieval Juderia, so we took our time wandering through the twisting, atmospheric alleys. Our hostel had a fantastic rooftop patio, so we drank wine and worked out there for a while before heading out for a late dinner of tapas (of course). Every tapas bar we passed was raucous and filled to bursting, with streetside tables occupied and people just hanging around outside the restaurants, ...
... for this festival. Once a year, approximately 60 houses in Cordoba open up their patio to share some of the quaintest potted gardens I've ever seen. I thought this was a secret discovery until I saw hoards of senior citizens exiting one of the 50 buses. There were like 60 people in line for each house, but it was worth the wait.
3. Cordoba, Part 2. Cordoba Mezquita. Wow. While some people say the Alhambra is the ...
... in front of one of the main entrances. I don't know exactly which part of the tomb he's buried in, but the top of the structure is of the four kings of Spain (Navarre, aragon, leon and castile I think) being the pall bearers for a casket. Basically, Spain is indebted to him. It's sort of funny though - his tomb was originally in Havana Cuba and it wasn't moved to Spain until the 1800's when Cuba gained it's independence. And he wasn't ...