Los Abetos del Maestre Escuela
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... took 90 minutes.
We arrived at the train station in Cordoba and walked (about 20 minutes) to the
Cathedral. We saw the old Roman city wall. Inside the wall was the old city center. We passed through a Roman gate into another world of old cobble stone streets, tapas bars, Arab style tea houses all leading to the river and the Cathedral.
We entered the Cathedral (8.00 Euros pp) ...
... once we got up there it was nice. By the time we got up there and explored, coming down I felt that I was going to pass out! But once I got down, it felt relaxing and it was nice to have cold air on the bus. We took the bus back to the hotel after walking around for a while, and than got to chill out before we had dinner at the hotel. It was nice to just walk down and have dinner, even though it wasn't that ...
... he is one of their biggest points of pride. even though personally i dont really like the whole torero thing, i learned very quickly that of you badmouth Manolete, (or the sport, really) you should run and take cover because a bunch of crazy spaniards will run at you.
4. Palacio Viana. an old house right in the core of cordoba, that is so beautiful i died. So its this palace, and some important spanish guy lived there. The whole tour was ...
... is the home of the world's largest mosque. Begun around 600 AD, it was converted into a Catholic Cathedral in 1236, during the "reconquest." Today it has a strong Islamic feel, with a grand church in the middle.
The streets and walkways of Cordoba are rock mosaics. The are not comfortable to walk on but very interesting to look at. If I had one word to describe Cordoba it would be mosaic. It was hard to look anywhere and not see tile or stone ...
... thought of these devices as well as those who carried out the torture.
Eventually got to the market, did some shopping and headed for the hotel to get out of the heat before going out again in the evening.
Freshened up, or more to the point cooled off, we headed for a restaurant that had been recommended by the hotel. We got there at 845pm and were the only ones there. People started arriving as we were leaving ...