Eurostars Ciudad de Cordoba
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... in the middle of the mosque in 1523 - now only 856 columns remain. It's pretty unique to see a cathedral within an islamic mosque.
We toured Cordoba through its gorgeous narrow streets and alleys, through the old Jewish quarter and then crossed the ancient roman bridge with foundations over 2000 years old.
We headed back to Seville for our city tour. What a beautiful city! We saw the.Bull ring, the Cathedral ...
... We looked back on the old part of town. Eventually we killed enough time and the restaurant we had selected for dinner (Almatea) was open.
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It was advertised as having vegetarian and moroccan food. We were early for dinner by Spain's standards so at first mostly tourists were there, but later in the ...
... to just relax in a nice warm hotel room, with a HOT shower (something that my luke warm water has caused me to miss a lot). It was also great having a strong internet connection, so I enjoyed playing some online games for a change, and being able to video skype. I wish I could live in a hotel!
The next day was considerably cooler, which felt great. I enjoyed walking out to the bridge in the afternoon, and being able to feel the cool breeze ...
... scarcely 3 metres by 7, with more than half that space taken up by the bar counter and just two small tables for eating, it seemed a lonely job for the bar tender, waiting with just a TV for company – but the tapas was good.
Under Moorish control from 712 to 1248, Seville rose to prominence later in the period as one of the leading cities. The reconquering Christians retained much of the architecture of the old city or adapted it for their own ...
... there was a leader at the front. He would knock it three times preparing them, then one more knock and they would all lift it at once and everyone would clap. It was really beautiful.
The next morning, we packed up our stuff and left it at the hostel and headed to the Mezquita. If you go in the morning, they have mass so you don’t have to pay to get in. It was huge and some parts date back over 1,000 years. It is full ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility