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... They also arranged a picnic because we left just before their breakfast commenced. Upon arrival and after tucking Lee in and getting a couple of apples for her I ventured out for a walk and a feed. The street layout is initially confusing as even simple cross roads have their corners cut so intersections are in fact octagonal. The street architecture is very Spanish (no surprise) with 3 or 4 storey buildings all with balconies and all quite attractive. There are tapas ...
... de las Tendrillas – in ancient times this massive plaza was home to hundreds of tiny “tienda’s” or shops and hence its name. It is also home to a wonderful statue dedicated to the archangel – Raphael – who has a special place in Cordoba’s history and psyche.
Imagine life in 1550. Water was plenteous as the Romans had established aqueducts well before then and the dozens of fountains in Cordoba ...
... The boys helped me pick out a bag that I love and probably would've cost a small fortune in the states.
We were able to get home in time for naps and to have a relaxing evening before school and work the next day! As usual, the boys were great troopers over the weekend! It isn't always easy traveling with two little guys, especially hitting two cities in one weekend, but I know it's not easy for them either and they do ...
... Vatican which is sad.
The Romans built an amazing bridge across the river around 100 BC (which
still stands today with a new top section). The Bridge runs right up
to the Cathedral, which is an amazing sight.
You can really feel the old Arab world in Cordoba. Many teahouses and
architecture still exist from the Moors occupation. We actually stopped in an old ...
... clothing. Our 70 degree day was cooling to a 50 degree night. We went to dinner at 9:30..."when in Rome" as they say. The place was packed with families, kids, older folks all out on the town. It's Monday!! When do the Spaniards go to work? This was our one and only day in Cordoba. We chart our way to Granada tomorrow where I will surely put my stick shift skills to the test in the mountains.