Hotel Macia Alfaros
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Macia Alfaros Córdoba
Clean and comfortable room
Good location, but not for the buses
Large, modern, interesting building
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... to us by François, who is friends with Fred & MJ. Since Chris is still suffering from gout, he decides on sea bass and Nicole orders the grilled sole both of which were served with heads and tails intact! We order dessert, raspberry cheesecake and "fried milk" with ice cream. As we were walking back to the hotel, we bumped into a couple of ladies (we think they are partners from Davis CA) we had met at the hotel in Granada. We had a pleasant chat about our upcoming ...
... trip would have been like without the other along.
A procession meant the occasional detour coming home but it was all part of Holy Week in Spain. Lord knows [no pun intended] how many of those along the procession route feel something religious with the processions but it is great theatre.
We had earlier seen men who had been underneath a float. Obviously done, their beers were richly deserved.
Heading into the last stretch home, people were still ...
... from Denver to JFK airport to catch our red-eye flight into Madrid. We had a 7-hour layover in the JFK aiport, but after landing into the JFK Airport, we discovered that the flight was delayed another hour....ugh. Eventually we got onto the flight and we were on our way to Spain.
I don't know how people can sleep on airplanes. I tend to toss and turn on any plane, and on this particular flight, the light glaring from the work station kept me from ...
Following a pattern in these four-day stays, today was quieter in some ways. The breakfast at the hotel can not be missed or gained elsewhere. Fruit features. We organised ourselves and headed off to walk up to Palacio de Viana. As usual the bus trips and walks and our map give us the required knowledge to do it and a sojourn through San Pedro and San Lorenzo gets us there. The attraction of this place, home of ...
... wine and was just wonderful – one of the best we have tasted.
On our way back to the hotel we wandered along the river to the Roman bridge and went out to the middle to view the Mezquita and other buildings at night then navigated our way back through the narrow streets of the old town. When we arrived back at the hotel at 1030 it was still 31º C and a forecast for tomorrow of 39º C. Thank goodness it is low humidity – 30%.