Los Omeyas Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Cordoba was a beautiful town along the River which you could cross on a Roman bridge. There are more winding narrow streets to get lost in. Every street seems to end in a little town square and a church. And another town that goes to sleep at siesta and for most of Sunday. The main reason for coming here was to see the Mezquita. A huge 11th century mosque that was turned into a cathedral in the 14th century as Spain reclaimed Spain. Oh and the mosque was built on a ...
... like rope – which they soak with water during the heat of the day, cooling the house. Most homes have an indoor patio, in the center of the building, open to the sky and this is where they create a sacred space. As you wander down these tiny streets you find front doors left open, which means that they are inviting you to take a look at their patio which is protected by a locked gate. They are beautiful spaces, cool and full of ...
Hello, sorry I have been slacking on getting these photos and info out. The weather here is great, cool in the mornings and high 70's mid day. I have been told, however, that during the summer months it often reaches 104 plus. I have been doing a lot of wondering looking at ...
... took 90 minutes.
We arrived at the train station in Cordoba and walked (about 20 minutes) to the
Cathedral. We saw the old Roman city wall. Inside the wall was the old city center. We passed through a Roman gate into another world of old cobble stone streets, tapas bars, Arab style tea houses all leading to the river and the Cathedral.
We entered the Cathedral (8.00 Euros pp) ...
... tiny portion of our travel plan not actually on either of our 2 maps. The historic district is comprised of very narrow, winding cobblestone "streets"....many of which are one-way, or worse yet, closed to automobiles! Ken would say, "Turn here" and I would reply, "That's not gonna work". After twice stopping to ask direcciones, and 30 minutes of trial and error, we happened upon our ...