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... ran along the strip of buildings. In this position, it was able to lessen the view ever so slightly and ruin every photo. I never saw it move or do any crane related work. It was just there, trying to be part of the history. I thought of it as the jerk it was and carried on. So many tapas and cheap beer for only a couple days. We checked out the modern cordovan plazas and some of the other ruins. Our next day, we did the famous Mezquita during its tightass, free hour and then ...
... advanced place in the world in its era with a major
university, architectural and artistic wonders, and the likely preservation of
learning from the ancient Greeks and Romans at a time when it had been lost in
much of Europe in the centuries called the “Dark Ages” before the turn of the
first millennium A.D. The Mezquita and historic center of Seville now constitute
a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Guidebooks focus heavily on ...
9/10/2014 Day 5: (Wednesday) Today we went on a walking tour with our guide Anna. She took us to the " Great Mosque" which was built in the 10th century. It was very impressive. We also toured The Cathedral which was awesome. After our tour we wandered the streets filled with small shops. There were lots of gypsies everywhere. We then boarded the bus and headed towards our next stop, Seville only two hours away. Seville: We arrived in ...
... or grass. Apparently you can't actually eat the oranges, but i still think its quite fabulous.
another cool bit of information i gathered: cordoba is built around roman ruins. (!!!!!) to some, i am what you call a history buff, so when i saw towering roman columns in front of town hall, i felt a little like you do after you stay underwater to long and then finally come up for the breath of air and your lungs kind of explode and fill and ...
... our host and went to a restaurant for traditional food of Cordoba. Imogen and I ordered mostly tapas to share the dishes: flamenquin; rolled pork meat filled with ham and covered in crumbs (a little like a parma), salmorejo; cold tomato cream soup, berenjenas con miel; eggplant tempura with honey, rabo de toro; ox tail in canneloni. Very nice but very rich flavours.
For the evening we decided we would visit the ...