Los Omeyas Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of my day. I worked my four hours in the morning to satisfy my workaway endevour. While I was in the market there is a fellow there who has a book shop in one of the stalls and in keeping with the market, everything is sold by weight, he sells his books by weight! One kilo for 10 euros. I had just finished a book and I recommend it, the Miniturest by Jessie Burton, so we did a trade of books. Enjoy the photos, Adventure ...
Another fantastic drive. I end up not wanting to arrive because i enjoy the journey so much! However, walking into Córdoba was wonderful. It felt busy, it was a modern city full of lights and people, and then suddenly turn a corner and it is like going back in time, you enter a maze of little cobbled streets, with boutiques and restaurants, old buildings and of ...
... city. To enter you must cross a bridge, and then the gate of the city and then another gate into the main part of the city, lined with beautiful cobble stoned streets and whitewashed buildings. As you walk through you can feel the influence of the various rulers, here, the influence of Islamic rule is most evident. Cordoba was once the capital of the Islamic caliphate. The city of Cordoba houses some of the last standing Moorish (Arabic ...
Taking the 8:38am train to Cordoba. We will spend the night there and then head south to Granada. We are looking forward to this Airbnb as we have been told that the house is more than a THOUSAND years old... a THOUSAND years!!! I will be sure to post some pictures of that house. A quick fact - Cordoba was once the largest city of ...
... area near our hotel with great bars and restaurants . However, we still can't get used to the idea of people starting dinner at midnight!
Granada certainly has an interesting history. It was the last stronghold of Moorish resistance to the re-conquest (Reconquista) ambitions of the Christians led at the time by Ferdinand and Isabella. In 1491 the Christians laid siege to the the city and ultimately starved them into submission. The surrender terms ...