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Travel Blogs from Córdoba
... right in the middle of the city. I gave them their "hi im from canada and thanks for having me in your house even though i dont understand anything you say" presents and then headed to sleep.
*13 hours later*
after a 13 hour sleep, i woke up ready to face the city. however, it was raining and 9 degrees, which is apparently "stay inside" weather here. after the winter we just had, i had to work to hold back my laughter. so ...
... in the Cathedral and it clattered onto the marble floor. Then, while we were eating ice cream, it fell out of Andrew’s pocket into a dirty ditch puddle. It still worked after the first fall!
The Palace was pretty neat and the courtyards were awesome - the older ones were typically shadier, cooler and had larger trees and a water feature while the newer ones had less shade and were more wide open. I prefer the older ones. One had orange ...
We had to do the same drill like yesterday. Woke up at 6:20am. Oh it was so hard this time after the long day yesterday. But we had to! :) We started driving towards north to Cordoba. Along with Granada, it's a city of big Islamic influence in Andalucia. As we drove northwards, there were fewer and fewer olive trees. By the time we got close to Cordoba, the area was more like green pastures.
We arrived at Cordoba around 9am. As it ...
... seen! Im not sure how the gardens survive with the heat they have to endure!!! We also explored further into another part of Cordoba and went into an old Jewish Synagogue.
It was then time to get our final bus back to Malaga as our flight was due to leave early friday morning. We thought we had booked a direct bus.... but we found ourselves on the bus for HOURS literally.. I can safely say I have seen a fair bit of the southern spain roadside! haha.
... in 1316.
We were really glad we made the trip and saved ourselves the 476 Km round trip in Walter. Seville is another 300 Km return trip from Cordoba and we'd rather not go for just the day.
Got back at 7:30 and had some dinner before catching the end of the England football. It was so hot that we had to sleep with both side door and boot open this time, but it did make for a much more comfortable night (with mosquito net and coil ...