Hotel Rural La Pedriza
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... It looked super easy! We hopped off the train and started on our way but after walking for hmmmmmm a while we decided that we were a little lost. It turns out we were walking around the University! By a miracle one of the American girls that we met the night before just happened to walk past us and recognized us! We got to talking and she told us that we were way off where we wanted to be! But she was headed in our direction so she showed us most of the way.... Soooo nice! We ...
... 10th century Córdoba was the most populous city in the world, and under the rule of Caliph Al Hakam II it had also become a centre for education under its Islamic rulers. During these centuries Córdoba had become the intellectual centre of Europe and was also noted for its predominantly Muslim society that was tolerant toward its Christian and Jewish minorities. It is here that our local ...
... a drink, we thought it could be nice, but the lines in the Plaza Mayor for this were huge. Oh well, next idea? The little shop under the apartment will do nicely.
Sitting in the Placa España with our bread and jamón, a Spanish business lady comes and sits on a park bench, removes her shoes, puts them on the bench besides her and places her bag on them, and promptly lays down and goes for her nap. The homeless man on the other end of the bench, just closes ...
... out to Capricho, which was about 35 minutes outside of the city, very close to the airport, and found my way to Parque Del Capricho. I could see from the map there were two entrances to the park, so I made my way over to the first one only to find that the gate was locked. I figured that this gate just wasn’t in use, so I walked all the way around to the other side of the ...
... named Howell who had been travelling for 8 months and he took us up to another lookout spot, this time on the mountain where we shared a couple bottles of wine and chatted for a few hours (how romantic). On our last day in Florence, which happened to be Easter, Zach and I decided to go on a wine tour (seeing that we were in Tuscony) which was probably the coolest thing we have done yet. It ended up being us and then a bunch of older ...