Cortijo Las Rosas
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... crystal palace was slightly underwhelming. I was expecting it to be bigger. I then walked to the bus station, which took about another half an hour, so not too bad. I knew I was going to be sitting a lot so I wanted to get in some walking.
Made it to the bus station about fifteen minutes before my bus was supposed to leave. The Socibus ticket counter is all the way to the left of the entrance, and it's only two counters wide so I missed it the first ...
... from barrio to castle, inner-urban high rise loft to spacious country houses, amazing.
So, the breakfast room was a glass-sided space on the ground floor near the courtyard. This guy is over the top with design, breakfast was art on a plate, good food too. Tastes of persimmon and scented apples with good coffee. We chatted and lingered alone in the dining space as it was really pleasant. We had risen early and the other ...
... 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 ...
... hours. the lighting was an issue, if you were curious, but tying my bright pink scarf around my eyes made quite a nice shade. Margot, on the other hand, was face down in her luggage.. literally. Just being resourceful.
At 11am we arrived in Madrid. Now what? We missed our connection to Cordoba AND we were at the wrong train station. We tried to buy tickets - but what previously cost us 15€ now cost us 80€ with no refund. Everything was in Spanish with no ...
... as well, and noticed a sign and a button, however we couldn't really decide what to do. It was decided that we should just pass through, like the taxi.
That worked until we heard the crunch.
As it turns out, on this particular street, there is a 2 foot high metal barrier that raises in and out of the ground. The taxi hit the button to lower it, so we never saw it there...until hitting it after it raised. Apparently, in ...
How has this villa rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking