AC Hotel Cordoba by Marriott
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Hi everyone, This morning I took the train to Madrid and then transfer to Cordoba. Arrived around 12:45 pm, after finding my homestay, I head off to old town. I started by visiting the synagogue, there is just a room remaining today, but it has beautiful decorations on the wall. The synagogue was build back in 1100 but the Jews were forcefully removed from their synagogue back in 1370 and it was converted ...
... renowned for ancient architecture reflecting the region's diverse history. It was a real battle to find the street where the hotel was situated in.
Our GPS sent us into a maze of streets that got narrower as we plunged ahead of an ambulance trying to get to its urgent destination. When we emerged into what looked like a reasonably wide road, I asked a dental office for directions, and after a further dead-end, we parked the car and Herb went off on foot. Apparently, a ...
... brought a picnic lunch and ate at a playground we spotted en route. Then we pulled into a gas station/truck stop for a bathroom break. When we walked in it felt like we had entered a saloon in the old west. Two police officers and a number of truck drivers were sitting around the bar (many having beers) with the lone proprietor behind the counter. The rest of the place was deserted. No one paid us any attention; we used the bathroom and continued on our way.
... into the niche and it would be amplified so all (often 20,000 or more worshipers) could hear, as they kneeled in prayer. Such was the wonder of the Mezquita that even the Christians didn't have the heart to destroy it when they conquered Moorish Spain in 1236 AD, so they built their cathedral inside it, it being extremely beautiful, too! If you visit the Mezquita early ...
... being wowed and perhaps wooed by the sense of history seeping out of its very hot pores......I decided to take my promenade with my herbal friend over the bridge to where the tourists are not. This was a place I didn't recognise. Not only in the visual sense silly......but I walked about streets which emitted a low hum of humankind taking it easy with themselves. The temperature stood at 37 C and a less ...