Eurostars Las Adelfas
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Very good hotel and value. Located in quiet and pleasant surroundings. Need car to get around easily. Would use again.
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... wore it for the occasion. It was colorful, it matched, it was warm, and the Europeans asked
where she bought it. To deal with a 3 week nose cold she stitched up a homemade Kleenex dispenser that she carried around. It fit in her pocket and the coolest thing is that the on-deck Kleenex is at the ready, once the at-bat Kleenex gets yoinked out. totally functional. She also looked up how to extract Che's stitches on Google and then we did it. ...
... the Church of Sano Tome on the Plaza Mayor.
We walked downhill through the charming old cobblestone roads towards the cathedral and gawked at all the wonderful things to buy: Spanish shawls, delicate lace, leather work, damascene articles (fine Arab-originated craftwork), steel ornaments, metalwork, artful displays of knives and swords of excellent quality, gold and black enamel work and tiles, jewelry and colorful pottery.
We were obviously entering the world ...
... front of me as i literally watched the heat roll off the ground. (PS: Mom, hell is not a swear word, its in the apostles creed now, so if its in the bible i can say it, right?).
Anyhoo, I've attached some pictures detailing my little adventures, because theres too many to explain here in flu detail. Be sure to read the caption and that should sum things up. If you care to know more, leave a comment on the picture or the blog post itself.
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We have all arrived in Cordoba, Spain, Douglas and I after a nerve-wracking jaunt down the tiniest little side streets and alleys ever experienced, twisting through the old Jewish quarter of Cordoba, totally lost and completely flummoxed as to what to do...the final solution, park and walk to the hotel, several kilometres away, using the Rick Steeves map to guide us. ...
... on the top of a hill, no trees, no shade, miles from anywhere and nobody else camping. It's blowing a gale with heavy rain - sensibly, we decide to motor on. The journey to the next site is comparable to, if not worse than, our experiences in Alpine Italy. Narrow winding lanes, tight bends, steep ascents and descents. We drive through two national Parques - the Sierra Grazalema AND Los Arcornocales !! It is worth it not only for the views but we also see ...