Hotel Casa del Capitel Nazari
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... an "authentic" old Andalusian home. It was very beautiful. Lots of greenery in the internal courtyard, beautiful tiles and decorations. Of course you can't visit Cordoba without going to the Alcazar (Castle). Beautiful views of the city from the towers and a lovely orangerie and gardens. There is also a collection of Roman mosaics that have been moved there from some other site and placed on the walls.
The evening train to Granada was uneventful, ...
... a powerful statement about their successful Reconquista. The chapel was very nice in other ways, but the highlight was definitely the tombs of Ferdinand and Isabella. We also visited the adjacent cathedral, which was also very nice, but I think we have reached the saturation point on European churches and cathedrals. We have also gotten annoyed that they charge for every one of them in Spain, whereas they were all free in France and all but the ...
... this place. I have never seen anything like this, all the fine stone detail, a maze of passageways and archways with beautiful sculptured walls and ceilings. Each turn took me to another breathtaking area of full of historic architecture, art and beauty.
The pictures I took will not do the Alhambra justice, I took 102 and have uploaded some to try and share this amazing UNESCO world heritage site. Truly a pearl set in emeralds (thanks ...
... show which showcases the Spanish dressage horse. However, better than watching horses, we were able to take a riding lesson at an equestrian centre just a few minutes outside of Cordoba. Cole, Sahra and I went for a lesson while Irfhan enjoyed more time exploring the neighbourhoods of Cordoba. The equestrian centre is home to some competitive horses and we were lucky to have Vicente as our teacher as he happened to be in Cordoba helping out at ...
... find some of the most beautiful and breathtaking sights you've ever seen. Hopping off the bus, we walked to the Plaza de Torros, where they hold bull fights in late spring and summer. Walking a little further, we looked over a park railing and were shocked by the drop off and beyond that, the incredible green rolling hills that seemed to go on forever. So, we popped a squat and ate our sandwiches before we set off to wander the city for an hour. Finishing up, ...