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... bring out my map, point in all directions and then gesture at the map with a confused look on my face. It seemed to translate and several times I found myself lost and promptly redirected by friendly locals.
The activity that had me lost were the Patios of Cordoba. In May more than 50 patios are decorated by locals and added into a competition. These patios are courtyards that sit in the middle of the ...
... city centre was pretty small making it easy to just walk about however this also ment it felt very over crowded. We went and checked out the mosquita, clearly the largest attraction of the city and was completely blown away. The history is just oozing from its walls. A massive former mosque-turned-cathedral famed for its "forest" of columns topped with Islamic-style red and white striped arches ...
... The columns used in the building were recycled from old Greek and Roman buildings, so they are fairly different, only about 2 or 3 of the same type of columns. It was beautiful. You could spend all day in there and still not see all of the detail work.
To be honest, this entry was kind of week, but I just wanted to throw something out there about my last few days in Morocco and my one day in Cordoba, just a short ...
... my Lonely Planet guide book; an award winning Moroccan restaurant. A substitute for us not making it to Morocco at this stage of our trip. The tagine, salads and fresh lemonade were delicious!
We collected out bags; next stop Cordoba!
We easily found our hostel on the main strip of Cordoba after a short walk from the station. We were greeted by the very friendly staff/owner of the hostel outlining all of the main ...
... scene the people protested about their removal, so a compromise was made and the bulls were painted black, removing any advertising. Our guide explained that when he was a boy, they would ask how many bulls still to go to the next city.
We arrived at our hotel inSaville after 1.5 hours drive and then had to quickly get ready for our night out at the Flamenco theatre at 7pm. While it was all a bit rushed it was worth it to catch the vibrance ...