AC Hotel Cordoba by Marriott
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... lasted a century or so longer, eventually they would all fall. It’s a sobering thought. And I wonder what forgotten lessons this might have for the present day. And so, as I ponder that, I head out to the streets once more, as I tread the quiet streets to the north side of town and back again, then down through the old Jewish Quarter where there’s a little museum tucked away that tells of yet another facet of this city. This is a city that seems very ...
As I get further away from my experience growing up in Las Vegas, a lot of the details seem to be fading. However, there are some unique things about Las Vegas and Northern New Mexico that are embedded and hard to forget. They range from the engrained draw of roasted piñon nuts, to more complex mannerisms like the slight head check when acknowledging the presence of a
friend or not friend, or the use of the word orale. Regardless, there are a ...
The days were getting warmer, but still not quite beach weather. Since it was forecasted to be a cloudy day, we decided to visit another inland city in the area instead. As with many of the cities in Andalucia, Corboda was a very important capital in both Roman and Islamic history. Much of the architecture we have previously seen borrowed heavily from the cultures that lived in those regions over the centuries. Cordoba was especially interesting because it ...
... crowded patio (square/plaza) and indicated that the car park was but a few hundred metres away. So close……
From nowhere appeared three police motorcyclists. Unhappy.
A difficult dialoguing ensued: they spoke Spanish and Uas didn’t. The authority of the GPS was referred to with much gesticulation. However, it became apparent after some time that the GPS was somewhat ignorant of certain one-way streets and areas in which motor vehicles ...
... 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, ...