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... a small café and ordered tapas. There were 8 different dishes that came out with various kinds of potato salads, dipping sauces, and meats. We ate the dishes with bread and drank it down with some beer and wine while enjoying the sunshine outside. It was a great way to relax on our first full day in Cordoba.
The following day we visited the Alcazar de Los Cristianos, which is a building that is famed for having ties to the planning of the travels which ...
... entered the steam room which i've done before and finally the 'floataria', the floating pool. The pool is saturated with salts and you have no choice but to float. Perfect way to relax those shoulder and neck muscles, tight because of carrying a backpack all over the place. Finally, we were offered peppermint tea to conclude the 2.5 hours bath session. This amazing experience only cost us 15 euros per head and did not have a time limit. Euros very well spent.
... Cordoba undisturbed...a few steps from the synagogue is a statue of Maimonides - 12th century Jewish scholar who was born and lived in Cordoba...they say - if you rub the statue's foot, his wisdom would rub off on you...the foot of the statue was blindingly shiny from lots and lots and lots of rubs by millions of people, I am sure...has the world become a wiser ...
... nosey as we wandered around the city and took some pictures of patios when the
opportunity presented itself.
We then headed for the main market square which was a disappointment with only half a dozen stalls. Suspect there is another day of the week when it might have been quite interesting. Throughout Cordoba there appear to be quite a few artisan groups who have got together to sell their goods and we imagine the ...
... and Muslim influences.
Cordoba's biggest drawcard is the 1st century Cathedral-Mosque the Mezquita. The building has had a chequered history. The site was originally a pagan temple, then a Visigothic Christian Church (you can even see some of the remains) before the Moors built a mosque in 784AD. Successive Caliphs enlarged the mosque until it was the biggest in the Western world (interesting fact - Cordoba was the most populous city in the world in ...