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... Our time in the city was short due to a rail strike which meant a 2 hour bus trip there and another 2 hours back. Our hotel in Cordoba was great, the large room had thick stone walls and opened out onto an internal courtyard full of potted plants; very typical Andalusian. We certainly enjoyed our stay in Cordoba and recommend it as a destination, although at this time of year it is very HOT! ...
We drove back to Seville and had a lovely, lovely dinner at the hotel. The setting is so magical!
We enjoyed both Seville and Cordoba a lot, but were looking forward to cooler weather. We left the next morning to see if we could find it.
... when I get to Talavera de la Reina, the only place of any size between Avila and Cordoba. Talavera doesn't get a very good write-up in the guide books and I don't bother to stop. It seems to be an industrial workaday sort of place. As I drive through, I'm looking for signposts with N-502 on them, wondering what place name will be featured, because there aren't any large places in front for a very long way! As it turns out, the signs say "Cordoba" - still nearly 200 miles away, ...
From Sevilla, I headed to Córdoba. The main sight to see is the Mesquita/Catedral - a space once used as a mosque, then converted to a cathedral. Now, I've become sick of seeing cathedrals in general and have resolved not to bother entering anymore if I have to pay, but the Mesquita is the one sight you must see in Córdoba.
And when I entered, I understood why. My jaw pretty much dropped. The ambience is unlike any other cathedral I've ...
... wind was blowing from Africa (that's what the locals said) when we were there, and it was nearly 100 degrees the whole time we were in Cordoba, we could easily see the advantages of providing shade however you could!
Here's a picture of just how narrow some of these alleys are and how pretty, too.