Parador de Manzanares
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- Minbar in room
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Dinner was wonderful! We sat around a round table - drank Rioja wine and enjoyed one tapa after another! Outside in the lovely evening air! Grilled veggies (two platefuls), sushi grade tuna, sardines fixed a couple of different ways, beef slices, prawns - all very yummy! Along the river, there were hundreds of small white birds flying around, settling in trees like a bunch of blossoms! After dinner, we walked around the city - which was ...
... for tourists . . .made reservations and then spent some time in the Torre de la Calahorra - a museum and tower! We struggled a bit through the museum in our sleep deprived state - but enjoyed the view from the top of the tower - looking out over all of Córdoba and the surrounding hills . . . Time for a rest then off to a tapas dinner at a spot that we found on our walk... See ya later! .......
John says: We're in Spain now for about 3weeks: Barcelona, Cordoba Sevilla,Granada and Madrid. I'd been here 43years ago when Franco was still dictator,and looking back I wonder how I came out alive; one night in particular with a mad Polish guy out drinking slivovitz ,when he so very nearly got us locked up,or worse.The carbinarie were everywhere still carting people off. Now it's hard ...
... isn't until 2.00 so I guess we were a bit early. We then went to the old city part & went in one of the churches there & climbed the tower. It was a bell tower & we noticed that it was 2.00 & wondered if the bells would ring. After a couple of minutes we decided they weren't going to & went to the doorway when suddenly the bells rang. Everyone nearly died of fright. It was very funny. We then ...
... citrus trees. We did a lot of walking around the narrow streets peering in at the patios full of flowers in pots - unfortunately we had just missed the Festival of Patios so they were not open to the public. We spent our last night watching an equestrian show at the Royal S tables, next to the Alcazar. Spanish music blaring, a range of horses and riders entertained us with what appeared to be effortless dressage moves, prancing, turning and ...