Ayre Hotel Cordoba
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... panoramic views of the countryside, the Guadalquivir River, and the white town of Almodóvar del Río. During the course of our stop Andrew determined the navigation system was not going to work. His worst nightmare had come true. I was going to be the navigator for the rest of the trip.
Did Andrew get upset that he was now stuck with me as his navigator? Did he curse the car company or the navigation system? Did he even look annoyed? Of course not! Following ...
... s area of town for great views of the Mezquita and Alcazar, all lit up. We stopped in a very local bar (with lots of men in it!) for beer and a snack, them Kassie and I spied a Chinese restaurant that was still open so we scored on hot & sour soup, fried noodles and beef & broccoli...heaven!
Cordoba has many interesting tapa bars, so, armed with a list ...
.......there is nothing to do but adore a City where the 'Corpy' come out at night and furiously wash the incredibly narrow streets with water. Is it just me or is there a very unobscured sexual analogy in there? Only wondering........
.....btw was setting the pin for my location and ...
... luggage under the bus. The driver let us on pretty early so we cooled down quickly in the lovely air con.
The two and a half hour bus ride to Cordoba was uneventful. We arrived about 15 minutes late but didn't mind since we aren't in any hurry today. We bought tickets for our next bus journey in two days' time, then headed to our hotel. Mom, dad and Keenan took a taxi but we two decided to walk in the fabulous ...
One of the loveliest of the decorated patios we saw in Cordoba was actually considered a street on the patio tour map but which was called an alley. It is one of several very, very narrow passageways between buildings. The books we read said that building them so narrow was actually a way to provide shade from the summer heat. ...