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Cordoba is one of the hottest towns in Spain and one of the oldest, predating air con by about 15 centuries. They have managed however and thrived during hot, dry summers by adapting their buildings and lifestyles. The lanes are narrow, the houses are very tall – often 4 stories. In many of the lanes the sun only briefly makes an appearance each day. The windows that open to the lanes are covered with thick shades made of ...
This morning we were given a tour of what was the Jewish Quarter then taken to another of our favourite memories from the last time we took this tour – the Cathedral in Cordoba.
The Jewish area is still mainly residential, of course with lots of little shops scattered through the area.
The Cathedral is amazing. It was originally a mosque but in the 15th Century the King gave the Catholic archbishop permission to build ...
... I am amazed that this structure is still standing and both sections respected (although it is forbidden for Muslims to worship here) architecturally and historically.
From here we crossed through another of the three remaining gates, back over the bridge on Guadalquivir River and looked back for a beautiful view of the bridge, gates and historic city of Cordoba.
Off to Sevilla.
... forced to make a different turn and found ourselves on a VERY narrow street. We pulled in the side mirrors. We heard the rubber of our tires squealing against the curbs on both sides. We pictured our vehicle wedged between two buildings. We thanked our lucky stars we had opted for the full insurance package on the vehicle. Finally we emerged onto a regular size narrow street, let out the breath we’d been holding, and found the road to Granada. Our road trip ...
... recommendation. We expected to find your typical market stall set up with food, crafts etc but it was actually a permanent building; setup as a bar outdoors and inside was a modern area filled with permanent stalls (markets) offering a range of foods and alcoholic drinks. We stayed for a few drinks, I had forgotten how strong drinks are in Spain, no alcohol is measured here! Later we were joined by Jose and friends.