Eurostars Ciudad de Cordoba
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... is mirror opposite of Granada. Cordoba is classy, manicured, and a little sterile… Granada is grimy, fun and rowdy. Cordoba is for the old, Granada is for the young, with college students partying loudly until dawn. Even a Guitar Festival, sponsored by Cruzcampo, Spain’s beer, is able to break the city’s serene vibe. There, scores of amateur guitarists strum all in unison the jingle of the beer commercial… looks like fun… but, nah, I think ...
... watched and looked at the fort from there. From the fort we headed toward the river which had the Roman built bridge. The bridge was pretty cool, but it was sad to see how little water there was in the river. Either it was dammed further up or they were losing water. By the looked of the water wheel, it seemed as if the water level had dropped at least 3 feet since it was in use. And the water running through the river was incredibly ...
... eye glasses, expansion of astronomy, and philosophy that started about this time, and many of the same medical books were used for up to 800 years later in some of the best universities across Europe, as they were still considered to be the most updated and valuable medical books.
Córdoba was the center of civilization at this time. When all other parts of Europe, including the north and England were still living in the Dark Ages, the south of ...
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In the afternoon, we left Cordoba towards Sevilla (150km/93 miles). At night we went to a flamenco night at palacio Andaluz
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... isn't much shade. There are zero clouds. Cordoba has lots of small alleyways with nice patios and flowers everywhere. My battery died in my camera, good thing i had my phone as a backup. We walked a lot today and when we were ready for dinner we couldn't find a place that was open at 6:30. No one starts eating dinner till 8:00. It was aggravating. Then we hopped on a 45 minute fast train ...