AC Hotel Cordoba by Marriott
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It seems the orange blossoms bloom for only 3 weeks in a year, and it is now! And we are here! It is beyond serendipity, A says we are truly blessed. The scent lingers and perfumes all. Indeed, if you wish to see the hand of the Divine, you must visit the Great Mezquita / Cathedral of Cordoba. The columns, carvings, domes can only be divine inspiration, no human mind could have envisioned this and no human hand could have ...
... was finished we walked to the closest taxi rank and took a taxi to our hotel. When inside we watched TV until it was late and went to bed. Buenos noches!!!
In the morning we went to see the first Mosque built in Spain and the largest Mosque outside the Muslim world. The Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba. It is over 1000 years old, it is believed that it was built in the year 1000, when the ...
... it interesting that despite not being able to treat it as a mosque by praying in it that people are still required to cover up as though it is. Hypocritical much? Anyway, it was interesting to see the mix match of coloured arches and richly gilded prayer niches amongst Catholic memorabiliia and various Chapels. Adding to the atmosphere of our visit were the sounds of the massive Cathedral organ which was being played by an older gentleman in the ...
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 ...
Commonly used colloquial terms:
Tío/tía - Dude (literal translation: Uncle, Aunt)
Hombre - Man (casually used how we would say, "Hey man!")
Chicha - belly pouch (not offensive - literally means meat) - I learned this when meeting a group of female friends for the first time. One said to the other, "Oh look, you have a chicha now" and proceeded to grab and shake her friend's belly! It was Hilarious! I told her chichas were ...