Cortijo Las Rosas
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... of sounds, smells, and unlike any fair I have been to. 9 out 10 women and girls were dressed in stunning Spanish dresses. Horse drawn buggies parading thru the grounds. Food, dancing in probably 50 lavish tents..amazing. Worth seeing. We are now in pension doing housekeeping tasks. We found the bidet wonderful for washing clothes, doing pedicures..as well as what it is intended for. We have laundry discreetly drying. . Up early tomorrow to see the Mesquite ..excited. Night ...
... ok but certainly not out of this world, as a matter of fact, I don't really remember much of it. Lastly there is the tea. There is this Arabian tea you get in a hammam and it is awesome, very sweet and very refreshing. In this one I had to go back to the counter where dressed people were arriving and ask for tea. This irked me. Plenty of things that were not ok with this bath so on to number two: Hammam al-Córdoba. This hammam was gorgeous. Beautiful domed ...
... was tiny but this beats it by far! Anyway, the room itself is lovely. The house dates back 1000 years and is like a rabbit warren. Carola, the owner, is doing it up bit by bit and paying for it by having paying guests. The loft, were we are, has been done very tastefully. Anyway, once the cases were up, we settled in, had a cuppa then heading out. We wandered around reacquainting ourselves ...
... they literally had be backed against a wall. but they were so welcoming and it made me feel so happy to know that they were as excited to have me as i was to be there. i really enjoy the people, and my 2 hour lunch period!! i didn't really do any school work, so i will further elaborate on that front when i have more to say.
i really am enjoying it here, everything is so different, awesome, interesting, and, well, foreign.
... Iberian Peninsula came almost entirely under Moorish rule. It was here today that we saw the greatest (or one of the greatest) influences of their legacy to Córdoba, in the mighty Mezquita, a huge mosque that was converted into a Catholic cathedral in the 13th century. But from 711-1300, Córdoba was the Western capital of Islam! The great Christian king, or emperor, Charles I, had hundreds of the center Moorish pillars removed, and constructed ...