Eurostars Ciudad de Cordoba
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Well, after yesterday's jam-packed schedule, today we took it easy with only 2 major tourist attractions on the agenda. First, we had a nice, leisurely stroll through the 12 impressive courtyards, one garden, and palace itself, of the Palacio de Viana. The courtyards were built and expanded (and gobbled up other courtyards) over the course of 5 centuries. There is even a Patios de Viana board game! It looked super fun too – you build courtyards and grow flowers! Unfortunately, ...
We had to do the same drill like yesterday. Woke up at 6:20am. Oh it was so hard this time after the long day yesterday. But we had to! :) We started driving towards north to Cordoba. Along with Granada, it's a city of big Islamic influence in Andalucia. As we drove northwards, there were fewer and fewer olive trees. By the time we got close to Cordoba, the area was more like green pastures.
We arrived at Cordoba around 9am. As it ...
... We´re not even at the Spain border.. how could we almost be to Madrid? Did the bus fly while we were knocked out cold? No - not so much... he was only driving us to the border. Well surely, a half hour later we arrived, got off the bus and followed the group to a train. Yes, a train. We hoped it was destined for Madrid as it was the only train there and it was now 5am. Oncec we assured the destination, we wrapped ourselves up among our luggage to keep it safe and passed out for ...
... taking shots as well. You could tell the horses were very well trained just in the way that the horses were asked to get into position to line up. These must be the dressage horses that are in the show that is put on Wednesdays (we were there on a Tuesday). I had looked before and didn't think I was interested in the show there... but it might be interesting if I went back.
We walked across the Roman bridge into the more modern part ...
... revise this later. It is open in the center but has tons of columns and red and white arches. At one point Juliet said a part of it reminded her of a circus. I loved the hanging lamps... of at least 2 different varieties. There was also a section of artifacts and an exhibit of various costly religious articles. There were some sepulchers and stone burial markers. All in all, it was a very impressive structure. Not as beautiful as ...
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