AC Hotel Cordoba by Marriott
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We spent all morning in the old city and at the Mosque. Cordoba is. We drove to the old city and walked across the historic bridge where we met our local guide, Nanni. We toured the old Jewish Quarter and the very small synagogue, which is maintained by the city as a museum since there is not a Jewish population in the city. Then we spent several hours touring the Mezquita, the Great Mosque. ...
... them to see Jose [you may know his brother, Hose B], one of three brothers that run the 1* place; looks fine enough to me.
It was a drop your bags and see you in a half hour command. We walked up to the Mezquita area where we met our local guide David. Being Semana Santa [Holy Week], things are a little busy in Cordoba. What he decided on was a walk of the area around the Mezquita and then touring this unique structure.
Cordoba was a blend ...
... Colombus to travel in search for land and wealth in the name of Spain's queen. This is also the area whereby people were tried during the Spanish Inquisition.
There were Arab baths within the lower level of the building and the exterior of the building was the gardens. This area was huge and filled with fountains, many small and meandering walkways amongst trees, bushes and flowers. There were small fountains and large, pool-sized fountains. The ...
... amazing how well it was preserved over the nearly 2000 years of its existence! A stone's throw from the Mezquita is the Alcazar which is a palace with extensive gardens. Although much smaller than the Alhambra in Grenada, the gardens were just as impressive and reminded us of a desert version on the Butchart Gardens in Victoria. Besides being a residence for the various royalty that called Cordoba home, the building also served as a fortress and was even used ...
... bridge by the river at 2 in the arvo and so we found Bodegas Mezquita for lunch, near the great cathedral (that's on tomorrow's list). We ordered light. It was a great place. The Spanish serve ice-cold beer. We wandered back to the hotel (our last hotel, after this we are back to self-catering apartments) through the shining streets of the Juderia. The autumn Cordoban sun in the bluest of blue skies is gentle but really warm. The warm ...