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... Rather than start one from scratch, the Islamic minaret was by and large covered up, some of its original red colour visible high up.
It was 1800. As we headed back, there was a procession [Christ dragging the cross] on the Roman bridge heading our way so we waited for more pix of fraternity brothers in burgundy hats leading the way. This was small Corboda and we had a front row seat to the passage, close enough to see five men across six deep moved the ...
... I don't think it's something I'd make at home.
With basically only one big attraction to see in Cordoba we decided to take it easy today so we didn't bother venturing out again until lunch...which was epic. For some reason lunch (typically served between 3pm and 4pm) is the cheapest time to eat out in Spain as it's when everywhere is offering a cheapish 'menu of the day'. We ended up going to a ...
... my beloved Arlington County Fair; coincidentally--or not?--we return from our round-the-world adventures just in time for this year's Arlington County Fair.) I've more or less convinced Dennis of the awesomeness of fairs, plus we both love random cultural activities in foreign countries, so the presence of this Cordoba Fair seemed serendipitous. We knew we wanted to check it out. First, though, we had to hightail it to Cordoba's Alcazar, ...
... forced to make a different turn and found ourselves on a VERY narrow street. We pulled in the side mirrors. We heard the rubber of our tires squealing against the curbs on both sides. We pictured our vehicle wedged between two buildings. We thanked our lucky stars we had opted for the full insurance package on the vehicle. Finally we emerged onto a regular size narrow street, let out the breath we’d been holding, and found the road to Granada. Our road trip ...
... prince whereupon the church was reworked over the years into a mosque. As a mosque, holding an original copy of the Koran and a bone from the arm of the prophet Mohammed, it became a Muslim pilgrimage site second only in importance to Mecca. An unusual feature of the mosque, due to a miscalculation, is that the Mihrab (prayer niche where the Imam stands) did not face east. The mosque had 856 marble columns (mixture of red and blue) all ...