Hotel Cordoba Center
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... conflict or losing their identity. And now, I come to Cordoba. A city that 700 years ago was a model for progress and development. And, though it was ruled by Muslims, it was a city where the three monotheistic faiths lived in harmony. Then, when the Christians took over, the era of tolerance ended and Jews and Muslims were forced to either flee, convert or die. Now I want to learn, what secrets did this Middle Age civilization have that it seems even now we have a ...
... patios for people to eat drink and be merry. Looked like fun but there were lines coming out of every door and since we didn't have tickets we kept on walking.Next stop was to walk by the Alcazar. Since we had seen our fair share of forts and castles we decided to just look at the outside of this one. It wasn't the most impressive one we had seen but that was alright. It had a nice garden area next to it with benches so we ate out ...
... bought my phone. we spent some time around there I got a coffee and cookie when we first arrived but it seems like their bread products and pastries tend to be kind of stale? But its okay because all you have to do is dip it in the coffee and you are good. After my 12:00 class on immigrants in the US, I went straight into my 2:00 class which is all about the culture of Spain. Instead of staying in the classroom, Anita took us around the city to ...
... romances. Must have been my morning breath, or maybe my smelly socks.
Cadiz is my next destination. Ah, good ole Cadiz. The streets run nice and straight there, odd for a European city, especially the oldest one around, complete with a good solid Roman port. The market is full of good seafood and the hostel i know there is perhaps the best one i have come across, full of funny people and characters all around. Really it's a chapter ...
After the car situation was resolved, we headed to the Castle. The Castle was one of the primary sites of the Spanish Inquisition. It was there that the Christian nobility dispatched armed guards into the city to interrogate and torture people into confessing to non-Christian behavior or beliefs. Today, it has a tower with a really great view of the city of Cordoba, and an enormous garden full of pools. My parents noticed that ...