Parador de Cordoba
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... detail: one of the men did not have feet but clows instead - the sign of the devil! The long visit was followed by lunch at Pep's with Anjovis (the best in the world according to the menu - great price also: 3.50 EUR per slice!) as starter. Afternoon stroll in town ( Córdoba center and the Juderia is not very big) was followed by a pool-session siesta. Last evening was (again) spent on the roof at Pepe's where we were generously ...
dont get too excited, i havent gone on a big trip and there aren't any super elaborate pictures. not in this entry. this entry is going to be a description of my life in spain. just regular, day to day suff. Well, regular here.
so, this is a typical wednesday for me:
0630: My iphone wakes me up playing a happy, peppy, energizing morning jam.
0631: i shut my iphone up and go back to sleep
0645: iphone ...
... shortly after, and then proceeded to dinner, which tonight took place at an Italian restaurant which I can't remember the name of. What I can remember is that my battered veal was adequate at best, and the fact that no white wine was served irritated Mum just ever so slightly! We returned to the room after dinner and went to bed sad about the fact we had to leave Toledo. See you again tomorrow from Almagro, goodbye for now. ...
... The hotel provide very clear instructions on their website on how to get there and we had no problems.
Not sure why it is 2 star as it is newly renovated, is air conditioned and our room is large and comfortable. Onsite parking is for only 4 cars and we had booked one of these spaces. They do not have a kitchen however, so breakfast cannot be provided. We normally do not have breakfast in the hotels so this is ...
... to each other. It's like they don't understand the purpose of having two separate beds instead of one giant bed. So, capitalizing on the situation, we just decided to keep the beds how they were and squeeze everybody on. Sunday, we took a tour of the Cathedral, specifically the Royal Chapel. As I said before, Granada was the last city to be taken by the Catholic Kings. It was conquered by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabel, who also financed Columbus' voyage to the New World. Both ...
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