Windsor Hotel and Tower
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWindsor Hotel and Tower Cordoba
I'd change minor things, like I'd prefer breakfast to go on beyond 10am. But overall this was an excellent hotel. I particularly liked the free drink on arrival. If you're going to Córdoba, give it a go.
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... we lucky that the hostel we had booked gave us our room early. We decided to head out straight away and visited the town tourist office in the main square to find out about city tours. We then found the main shopping mall and had lunch from a health food outlet of a wide variety of salads. Tiredness caught up this us so we went back to the hostel and joined the locals in a siesta. We then went back to ...
... br> La Casa de Che
We thought we would visit this museum as we have seen the famous Che face stenciled all over the world, but didn't really know much about him. Time for a bit of an education!
He was born in the 20's and studied medicine at Uni. While in his 20's he did a lot of travel through South America and noticed the inequalities from place to place. This disturbed him so much, that he gave up on ...
... bus had rendered us a little dazed, and we were struggling to contribute much to the conversation. In truth, we were not the best house-guests for the 3 days we spent in Cordoba - we slept too long in our comfy bed, didn't try to speak much Spanish and ate all the pastries, ice cream and other lovely food she had bought for our arrival. I'll take this opportunity to say a huge thank you, and sorry, to Martha for taking such good care of us.
... I've never been able to do before, sleep during the day.
That afternoon I spent some time getting my bearings around town. Cordoba is a small city and it was easy enough to find the main square – San Martin. General San Martin lived in the 1700s and is an important figure in South American history – he was instrumental in gaining independence from Spain. He is honoured in every city with statues and squares, in fact every city ...
... were cobwebs in the corners. We hot footed it out of there as soon a possible and since everywhere else was fully booked, we had no other option but to check into a hotel for the night! Fluffy white towels, massive comfy bed and cable TV - it was worth every penny!
The next mroning, we dragged ourselves outside to explore the city, Cordoba is really beautiful, and there is lots to see and ...