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... and decoration. The way the light played on the colors seemed to draw the eye in and the beauty of it all was quite mesmerizing.
We walked through the massive building, listening to the audio tour we had gotten. The audio tour is such a nice tool to gain insight and explore the building in pieces. If not for that audio tour, I do not think I’d have as much of an appreciation for the history and architecture of this place. Because there were no ...
... hosts and Sara from Girona (thanks Sara!!!), I was willing to give it a go. We booked our bath the day before for a 2 pm slot. We got there and were given instructions on what to expect and tips on making the most of the experience. The entire place was very dimly lit to create a relaxing atmosphere. We started with the warm bath. This was absolutely bliss. We spent almost an hour in this pool and slept off with our heads on the edge. The ceiling ...
... the mosque is huge...it's about 20 minutes walk from the train station...but we stopped frequently enjoying a different feel of this city... we just came from the northern Madrid, and now we were in hot, sensuous Andalusia...the Moorish influence was very-very palpable everywhere - intricate tile work, thick whitewashed walls of the buildings, lots of interior ...
... we had previously taken, to a church which was closed. No problem, as we had then planned to go to the Museum of the Courtyards, and it was open. This was 12 courtyards and a garden in the stately home of the Viana’s Marquises. The various courtyards were representative of Roman, Moorish and later era courtyards. Unfortunately a lot of the plants were at the end of their flowering cycle and should have been replaced or at least ...
If it wasn't so ridiculously hot, Cordoba would be my favourite place we have visited so far. When I say hot, I mean HOT - the two full days we spent here were around 43 degrees - too hot for 'sightseeing' - endless amounts of walking and admiring sweltering old castles (what do you mean they didn't have aircon in the 13th century?!). Even TripAdvisor (which we consulted after we already got there) advised against visiting in July and ...