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... Christian, and Muslim architecture. (I'm not a great one for architecture, it's got to mean something to me, but this was just incredible.)
The potted history of it reveals why this is so. .. it was built on Roman land by the Visigoths, and was originally a Catholic Christian church. Then after the Islamic conquest of the Visigoths, the building i think became a mosque before being converted back to a Catholic Christian church after the ...
en-suite room had four bunks, but on my first night I had only one roommate, a
young Australian “bloke” on time off from leading tours for Kon-Tiki, an Aussie
company that takes age-restricted young adults on group tours around Europe. I’m
sure he knows a lot about disciplining young drunken delinquents! My second
night I had the room to myself, like getting a hotel room ...
... old Jewish quarter and winding narrow streets. I tried a Local tapas place and did some people watch. I was very hungry by the time food arrived since I have not eat anything since breakfast. Then I took a walk in the old town and wondered around the old walls of Mezquida until I reached the southern end so I cross the Roman bridge and wow good timing, the sun is now setting which created an ...
... 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! ...
... though it was a slow amble. I had pulled up a bit lame after all that, so took it easy. Home again in like fashion to lie about, write, reading, research and stuff.
All the walking about is a great opportunity to observe people, behaviour, places, design and take pics and is great recreation.
At 7.30 dinner was necessary so we rallied ourselves and walked down Augustine Moreno, our usual ...