Cortijo Las Rosas
Travel Blogs from Iznajar
... It was below bearable to work with. Greg was very stressed, so was I. After Jess restarted the router, the situation became somewhat better, but still not good enough. Greg decided to somehow cope with this and then when he had meetings, he would go to Jess' porch as the connection was better there. Oh boy...do we continue doing this for the next several days?! Anyway, after number of trials and location configurations, we finally figured that the upstairs in the very corner ...
... is awesome and very pleasing to the eye. Although we had a map we did a lot of meandering through the streets and came across all sorts of monuments.
It wasn't easy for Graham and Carol because they are not used to the heat at all,
The fact that there were so many interesting things to look at made you grin and bare the heat a lot better. We did chase the shady sides of the streets though.
In Cordoba you find lots ...
... for dinner and had a really nice time soaking up the ambience of Sevilla. It really is a wonderful city to sit at an outdoor bar and just enjoy a summer night. At midnight we got a taxi to take us to our hotel. An unexpected bonus for me was that the taxi took us right down Mateos Gago and then past the school that I went to 2 summers ago and out through the little plaza that I went to every day during school breaks. I walked that route every day, but I ...
... and eventually found out way again.... the ride was long and boring, and eventually we had to stop because one, we were hungry, and two, Anna's back is bothering her really bad. So we had a nice long lunch. Anna and Leslie had croquettes, Mom had some type of fish that we couldn't figure out what it was (I think they decided on dolphinfish or something like that? I don't know fishes), Madison had a ...
... Tortilla Española I have ever seen, trying Andalucia's famous Salmoreja soup (a creamy gaspacho with crumbled bacon and hardboiled egg on top) and some of the best croquetas I have even had.
Córdoba is a really beautiful town. I think I prefer it to Granada. Many of the houses in the old section of town had whitewashed walls and wonderful flower pots adorning the windows and gates. Córdoba is famous for its patios and entrances.
There is a lot of old jewish history ...
How has this villa rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking