Pension los Arcos
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Lots of electrical outlets; nice showers but no washcloths, as they don't do that in Europe. It was pretty comfortable and nice and cool. It gets very hot there at this time of the ...
Cordoba is one of the hottest towns in Spain and one of the oldest, predating air con by about 15 centuries. They have managed however and thrived during hot, dry summers by adapting their buildings and lifestyles. The lanes are narrow, the houses are very tall – often 4 stories. In many of the lanes the sun only briefly makes an appearance each day. The windows that open to the lanes are covered with thick shades made of ...
... and patio is from the 15th century. It was a private home until 1980. Unfortunately you can no longer walk through the rooms, but you can peek in the windows from the patios. The photos really don't capture how wonderful the gardens really are. Imagin being in a busy city but being able to walk in such private gardens just out your door. Enjoy the photos, more to come. Adventure ...
We did a day trip to Cordoba to see the sights but spent most of the time visiting the Great Cathedral and Mosque down by the river and old Roman bridge.
We took the 10:15 am Renfe train from Seville SJ main station (the fast train
cost was 26.00 Euros per person) a bit expensive for a 45 minute ride.
On the return we took a slower train for 10.00 Euros per person. It was
... ship two stops too early...more walking. It went smoothly at the car rental and we were on our way. No problems getting out of Seville, and the hour and a half drive to Cordoba was comfortable and scenic. It was mainly farmland, complete with stately haciendas, numerous olive groves and a few olive oil manufacturing buildings. Our troubles began as we entered Cordoba. You see, there was ...