Travel Blogs from Córdoba
Another hot clear day. We set off from Caceres for the shortish journey to Zafra. We intended to travel there via Merida.
Merida is a World Heritage site with more Roman remains than anywhere else in Spain. To the Romans it was Lusitania.
According to the new 'All the Aires Spain and Portugal' there is a car park there with a MH service point and parking for motorhomes at 85c per ...
Cordoba is another beautiful city. I stayed in the cutest hostel right across the street from the river. I got up early to take advantage of the free entry into the Mezquita and the Alcazar. The Mezquita/Cathedral is amazing. I found the muslim architecture far more intriguing than the Christian additions to the building. The arches ...
... try to sneak pictures of strangers who look different from ourselves, while the Chinese embrace this practice.
I try to take it as a compliment. Someone, somewhere, thinks this brown-haired white girl from Boston, Massachusetts looks exotic. That's right. I'm downright foreign. Who would have guessed it?
PS. Thank you Luz for your trip donation! Expect a familiar-looking postcard very ...
... to spend about 4 hours in the famous Prado museum. which houses many of the most famous works of the spanish artists goya, velasquez, murillo, etc.
bob was too tired to go out for dinner that night so I jjoined 3 others to go to what is advertised in the guiness book of records as the ...
... latter. (The Roman remnants have mostly disappeared or are else beneath the ground awaiting discovery later.) The Spanish Moors began building the Mezquita in the 8th century upon a sixth century Visigoth church, which the Moorish leader had purchased from Cordoba's Christian community. The Mezquita was the Moors' central place of worship until Cordoba was overrun by the Spanish Christians nearly half a millennia later, in 1236. The city's Muslims ...
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