Windsor Hotel and Tower
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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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... in spanish and it went very quickly. For those of you who have never had the pleasure of taking a class for a language you don't know in a language you aren't great at, I dissuade you.
On Wednesday all 40 fifth years participated in what is called a "convivencia." A uniquely Latin American thing to do, but something I would suggest to schools all over the world. The word put simply is "to bond". And that is just what we did. We drove up to ...
... American which is contrary to most parts of South America I came across. Among the things we did that day were to visit a gallery in old catacombs, but probably the most interesting thing we did, something that was certainly not in my Lonely Planet guidebook was visit the Museo Anatomico Pedra Ana, which was a museum with a hospital in the university part of the building, housing a collection of preserved human parts.
Please note some of what’s described ...
... except this car sitting at the curb by itself. Very curious, if you ask me. It appeared obvious that something had happened... something involving a shooting... and that police had been involved... but in my book, seizing a car means actually taking the car. Not just putting tape over all the doors, hood, trunk, windows etc. Very curious.
Today most sites were open. The Iglesia de la Compańia de Jesús, the Jesuit Church, was ...
... for our first day of class at the end of February. We need not have worried. Global links Idiomas is a small & impressive Language school located the other side of the city centre. Laura & Gabriella, our teachers (and school owners) are fantastic. After a couple of days taking lessons together we decided my GCSE Spanish gave me a bit of a head start on Tim who had taken advantage of the administrative ineptitude of the education system in Derbyshire in ...
... which was showing the world cup 3rd/4th playoff.
We then headed to an artisan market where there were loads of little stalls selling interesting arty bits and bobs. More importantly they also sold some lovely cakes which was the only thing that we decided to buy.
When we left our hostel at 10pm to go and get our bus the owner said goodbye to us as if we were long lost family. He stood waving us off from the doorstep and apologising that Cordoba was ...