Casa de los Naranjos
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... town to the Christians, the invaders decided that the mosque was so well designed that they recommended to the King that the church be built inside the existing building, and so it came to pass - as they used to say. It was also interesting to find out that recent archeological excavations within the mosque have confirmed that the mosque was originally built on top of a very old cathedral. In spite of these major changes in religion, ...
... br> So we had lunch, regrouped, and decided to push on to Cordoba!!
The road was good and arrow straight and we made very good progress. The vines had petered out and as we got towards Andalucía and it got progressively hotter, it was all cornfields and young sunflowers.
We got to Cordoba about late afternoon and easily found the campsite about 10 kms out on the Madrid road ...
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so I've made it half way through a week at school! yaay! the language barrier is still prominent, but they are all so excited to practice their english on me that i still feel like a superstar. some people were more hesitant than others, but i think i broke the ice when i told the snooty english teacher that 2 of her examples were incorrect. she really loves me. luckily, i got my own timetable and now i just have classes with the other ...
... in and I had a gorgeous steak. I would highly recommend it for dinner. Being true tourists we also enjoyed watching the lizard/ gecko creatures running up and down the walls opposite the restaurant.
On the Thursday we woke up and headed back into town over the Puente Romano, a Roman bridge connecting one side of the river to the other. It is a pedestrian bridge and from our side we could see the cathedral on the ...
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From Seville we headed west to Granada which has a beautiful setting with the snow-capped Sierra Nevada mountains in the background. We loved Granada. It has about 300 thousand people and has a real buzz about it. Lots of young people, good music and a nice laid-back feel. It was the Muslim capital for eight centuries and much of its architecture and street life reflect this. It has an old Moorish quarter with narrow cobblestone streets and ...