Cortijo Las Rosas
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... prescribed. For the whole seven days he was the epitome of misery.
In the meantime Lexi discovered that if he jumped from the stair landing across the patio to our bedroom window and land on the very narrow window sill he could squeeze through the widow bars into our room. This, from the kitten who could not jump off the low roof onto the terrace because it was too high.
The cats are strictly forbidden to go into the guest bedrooms of the ...
... the time there was just some steam. The massage was very good indeed. Where in the previous one I was massaged by a lady, this one was done by a guy. He got right in there and got me quite relaxed indeed. He noticed my Achilles heels being tense and worked on them very well. But the absolute number one: Aire Seville. It was the most expensive of the three by a few euros (all of them were around 45 euros, including 30 minute massage) but absolutely worth the visit. ...
I seem to always be describing Spanish towns as beautiful but they are! Cordoba is no exception. We arrived here mid afternoon after a slow train journey to Madrid then a very fast one to here. Things went smoothly and we managed to get from Chamartin to Attacha with ease and had enough time to have some lunch there before getting the fast train. Got a bus from the railway station ( another ...
... where I got the most incredible mint tea I have ever had in my life. I wish I had spent more time looking around the town, but it was very small and I was tired. Instead I bought a henna and looked around for about 30 minutes, then just spent time with friends.
All around it was one of my favorite trips that I have ever taken. it was absolutely incredible, and Discover Excursions is an incredible company. I ...
... just have to be nice and hope for the best in service. But hey, relax - you're in Spain!
Fun fact: The order of a meal was also developed in high society Córdoba, with appetizers being first and the sweet desserts coming last. Before this they just ate in any order they wanted.
Food for thought: If every city grew food bearing trees and plants that belonged to the people as well as provided economic benefit to the city, how would that change our environment?