AC Hotel Cordoba by Marriott
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... s elegant feel, but more mysterious in the dark, as I wonder what tales these ancient tiles cobblestones have to tell. After deliberately getting myself lost in the laberynth of narrows alleys a couple of times, I make it back to my cozy hotel and call it a day. The Cathedral-Mosque Normally I would not even consider paying 8 Euros to visit a church or a mosque—since so many of them can be visited for free, but the “Mesquita” of Cordoba is another ...
After around a four hour drive we arrived at Cordoba just in time for lunch. After taking some time to eat and do a little shopping we had a guided tour of the Mosque Cathedral in Cordoba and also visited the Jewish Quarter. The Mosque Cathedral has a very interesting story. It is thought that it started out as a Christian Church which was eventually taken over by the Muslims and changed into ...
The Torre de Calahorra is a somewhat cheesy museum of
Andalusian history and culture that employs top quality audio-technology. The open
roof of the tower has the best view of the city I managed to get across the Guadalquivir
to the Mezquita and central Cordoba. I should mention that it also overlooks
the Puente Romano, the Roman-era pedestrian bridge which crosses the river at
Cordoba’s heart. The nearby Moorish-era mills and water wheel on ...
... and trucks had faces which made it particularly funny but every time I saw one, I was too slow with my phone camera to get the picture.
We finally got to Cordoba and again found an easy entry/exit type parking spot. This was paying off in sanity alone. Most of them tended to be alright on price as well so that helped. So we lathered on our sunscreen since there wasn't a cloud in the sky and headed out.First stop was a town area ...
Had another good fast train trip from Madrid to Cordoba through some nice rolling hills then low mountains, all covered in olive trees. Fast trains are just the best way to travel (I know that would get you Canberra people wound up). Cordoba is a beautiful little city, so much culture. You should do yourself a favour and watch this Tourism Cordoba film clip, it's just a great insight into what Cordoba has to offer: http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=Gy ...