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... I learned from my smoking hot señorita tour guide was far from sharing and caring, and more the typical new force coming in and killing every century or so. Way more fascinating. We crossed the Roman bridge (yes, they were there too) and faced the city from across the river. The cityscape was stunning as it showed the colossal Mezquita, Alcazar and other centuries old, religious structures. There was this one crane though.... It was positioned parallel with the river so ...
Just over a millennium ago, at its height in the late 900s
A.D., Cordoba was the capital of the Muslim caliphate of Al-Andalus in what is
now Spain and was likely the largest city in the world at the time with a
population estimated between 500,000 and 1,000,000. Part of Cordoba’s appeal in
our present era of religious strife is that it was a relatively tolerant
society under Muslim rule with significant Christian and Jewish populations in
... the train we actually went to dinner, another great meal with the choice of white or red wines. We were asked to vote in three categories: Miss Al Andalus, most sexy and most friendly. Vida was voted Miss Al Andalus. She received a sash and a gift. She deserved the award but Ruth has doubts about the voting considering who were given the other two ...
... drink and a desert for 5 euros. It was great. It was fun to just chill out after the long bus ride, and appreciate the beautifulness. After lunch though, we went to visit Mezquita De Córdoba. It was a nice mosque, and inside it, was a church! It was crazy but very beautiful! We also than visited the Castillo Almodóvar del Río, which was also beautiful. It was so hot, so the walk up to the Castillo (Castle) was ...
... Cordoba is much like a tree, and the closer you get to the center, the older it (and cooler) it gets. Well, i think we were headed toward the center, i wasnt really sure. Anyways, the streets are narrow and awesome, and then boom theres a big circle or square complete with kiosks, homeless people, cars, street performers, and the whole bit. Also, theres orange trees every where. no typo, actual orange trees just spring out of the ground, ...