AC Hotel Cordoba by Marriott
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Travel Blogs from Córdoba
... taking its toll on Gail and she seeks out a little shop in the colonnade that is selling lace Spanish fans.
Not being a large town or on the tourist ant trail we figure that prices of local cottage industry type merchandise will be fair and reasonable (read: cheap!)
The price appears to be 1.50 euro (about $2.25) and she enquires about buying one. There is a touch of miscommunication between the shopkeeper and Gail and when he is offered the ...
... very generous. There would be no retribution against inhabitants, freedom of worship and protection of Islamic culture. Those that didn't want to stay could catch the fast ferry to North Africa. It didn't last for long. The mad Catholics soon took hold and persecution of Moors and Jews followed. Anyway, their legacy today is much to be admired. The Alhambra is something special. It's fortress, the Alcazaba, remains largely intact and from its walls you get ...
... I never thought I could miss out on because I never knew it existed. I feel like sometimes, I take for granted the comfortable lifestyle I live in Lubbock; however, if you are ever given the opportunity to go abroad, it is worth it in every aspect. You don't know what you're missing until you're living it.
Next weekend, I am going to Barcelona- SO EXCITED! Please pray for safe travels and continued learning.
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... When the Christian king took back the city in 1236 he had Christian chapels built inside the mosque instead of destroying it. In 1523 they built a proper cathedral centre in there as well, complete with altar, nave and choir, so it is now a unique blend of Renaissance and Moorish religious architecture. It has always been a very controversial site. Overall though, it's just a stunning building and we spent a lot of time staring up at the ceiling with ...
... I headed up to the north half of the city.
Even this was difficult. All of the main thoroughfares seem to cater to a much more wealthy audience. It was only by weaving through some of the side streets that I was finally able to find a Chinese restaurant with a well priced full course menu.
After lunch, I was definitely feeling that it was siesta time. A day of walking out in the sun and a big meal was telling me that it was time to ...
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