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... t thought of before: Christians were here first, then Muslims, then Christians again. And even though Christians were a lot nastier and intolerant when they took power, at least they didn’t destroy the place of worship of those they conquered. I notice some Moroccan tourists here as well—and I wonder what’s going through their mind as they see this building and know what it symbolizes. I’m sure it brings a lot of nostalgia for the ...
Made the decision to head to Córdoba on the N roads. Motorways tend to be the same over...so drove through endlessly large fields. Their harvest still in progress & the trusty Claass lime green combine harvesters out in force. Roads very quiet...& getting a bit peckish, very few roadside cafes, until....Yes, one appears.
We park the GG, & walk into the Restaurant. Large room with tv blaring in the corner & a few random truckers sat ...
... Alminar, were already sold
out for the day. Oh well, I had to settle myself with views of Cordoba from
afar like those from the Torre de Calahorra across river,
One wonderful thing about travel is that regardless of how
it’s described in books or by others or what impression you form from pictures
you can see online or in books, it’s never really like what you expected when
you see it in person. The Mezquita of Cordoba was definitely that way for me.
... It's usage is endless and it is a multifaceted linguistic tool. Here's the discovery: I'm convinced it comes from Olé. In Valencia, and in Andalucia, it's pronounced Alé, but drawn out. When drawn out, it IS a la eh! One thing I am absolutely sure of is when to use the term at home and Valencianas use it at the exact moment a good a la eh would be inserted in a teenage conversation between classes at say, Memorial Middle School. Like ...
... turned into a church. This was one of the coolest places I have been in. The entire interior had Roman pillars which then had Arab arches and then Christian figures throughout. While this was one of the coolest places, it was also one of the strangest. I have never seen so many mixed items in one room at once. It's like it was confused in time and just picked 3 eras at the same time. But even with that, it was gorgeous. We spent a ...