Hotel Cordoba Center
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... and we were very close to the stage. We enjoyed a glass of sangria and some local pastries.
There were four performers on the small stage- a female and male dancer, a singer and a guitarist. There was so much energy from each of the performers and it was really interesting to learn how they all interacted with each other at each moment. The guitarist and the singer worked together, playing off each other. Sometimes the singer would set the pace and the ...
... paintings too. Following lunch, we walked more among the streets and made it to the cathedral( that used to be a meskit. ) First we went in the courtyard. It used to be full of palm trees but when the Christians took over, they changed them to orange trees. What a random thing. But inside the cathedral itself... wow. Inside this immense place if wonder you could loose yourself in amazement and awe.
In cordoba, and the south of Spain, the houses have these courtyards. Very ...
... from our itinerary.
Cordoba (or Cordova) has a regular big city feel. You just need a half day to look at all the major attractions i.e. Cordoba Cathedral, Roman bridge, Roman temple, view of great cathedral from Callejas de las Flores as they are all very close to each other inside the walled old town. The most characteristic feature we felt about the old town was ...
... in hotel El Ray Moro, a delightful little boutique hotel with a lovely courtyard. The lanes around Seville are so narrow that they're called "kissing lanes", presumably because two people in balconies across the street can actually reach over and kiss!
We tried walking around at night, but kept getting lost in the maze of winding roads! So we embraced the city, wandered aimlessly and ended the evening with some fabulous tapas.
... in her blue convertible, eating far too much Yorkshire Pud, and speaking highly accented Spanish - in essence - being an Englishman in Spain.
We loved the amazing paella, hilarious conversations and beautiful view. We visited an adorable tiny church in a cave of the typical Andalucian town of Mihas and we got horchata and sunburnt in Fuengirola. It was a great few days - and rather amusing hearing about my parents as 20 somethings!!