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I am feeling a bit confused about the order we should do things when we leave Madrid.
Originally I thought we would take the train to Seville and get a car when we leave. Now, I notice that Cordoba is closer to Madrid---Should we take the train to Cordoba, stay there the one night and then take the train to Seville and get the car at that point?
We would then be heading to Granada and hope to drive through the countryside.

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