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... of Cordoba by King Ferdinand [the Holy]. The now cathedral was consecrated the next day so there has only been one day in well over a millenium that religious services were not conducted there.
The present cathedral was only started in the 16th c. It had a sumptuous feel, reflective of Cordoba's power. Many relics are of silver and gold [at least when the Spanish controlled the traffic in these precious metals from the New World].
The belltower ...
... follow where the singer went with his chords. When the dancers performed, again the connection was evident. The dancers set the pace and rhythm with the tapping and stomping of their feet while the guitarist would follow suit. The other performers would provide additional percussion with their hands through clapping and slapping as well as stomping of their feet.
This was such a wonderful way to spend our Thanksgiving! Next stop....Granada!
Its now week #9 of my journey, and I have been blessed every minute of it.
My time hasn't been boring, but I havent got a lot to say. I havent really left Cordoba all that much, but thats ok because the city itself is pretty cool. I can now make my way around the main roads surrounding my house, and also get to city fixtures where i tell my friends to meet me. I know my url is "lostinspain", but im considering changing it to ...
... dry as. Cordoba was a Muslim caliphate for hundreds of years and the most populous city in Europe, the seat of universities learned in philosophy, medicine, maths and astronomy. Near the Guadalquivir River, Hotel Viento 10 is a treat, designed and renovated recently in a modern style. The young woman who greeted us, also inducted us, mapped us and pointed out the local eateries and points of interest. We walked out after dumping our stuff and went to Bodega dos Campos, a ...
... getting completely and utterly lost and thankfully ending up in the Piazza where we'd started.
A good night's sleep disturbed only by traffic, the dawn chorus, a brace of helicopters joy-riding over our head and various "snorers" nearby had us ready to resume. As we needed to get away fairly promptly for our next venture, I said that instead of wasting time catching the bus in and out, I'd drive in. So we asked ...