Ayre Hotel Cordoba
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... makeover. Apparently the new tenants were so awed by its beauty they decided to leave much of it as it is. Farther inside, though, the arches and ceiling are all painted over with Christian imagery, giving a weird, fusion feel to it. One painting that catches my attention, is a rather arrogant one of a kneeling Muslim sultan handing the key of the city to a proud Spanish king. However, nearby, you can still clearly see the spot where the Imame would stand to lead ...
... boiled egg on top. It's simple to make and tastes amazing.
- Tortilla de Patata or Spanish Omelet - This is not a breakfast dish, but it is made from potatoes and eggs into a thick patty that is made to the size of the pan. This is delicious and my hermana Taylor's favorite.
- Berenjenas con Miel - That's eggplant, deep fried with mild spices and drizzled with honey. Very good, even if you don't like eggplant.
- Croquetas - ...
... with the end of one of the whips! It was awesome. The actual horse show was also a lot of fun. Very impressive. For a couple of the numbers a flamenco dancer was dancing with the horse! All in all, a decent way to spend our first evening here. Tomorrow should be jam packed with history in the heat.
Google maps was not really working very well in Cordoba, probably due to the fact that it's 'roads' are a series of ...
... a young woman doing some really nice solo violin busking. Plan was to walk back through the gardens, but found they were closed due to a "light, water and sound" show.... turned out it was starting in 15mins (11pm), so we bought tickets and went in. Amazing coloured fountain and music shows as we followed a guide around the Palace gardens. Brillint way to end a hot ...
... way and Tom proceeded to direct us through streets so narrow that the wing mirrors spent more time retracted than open. "I hope you're watching", I said to Jane, "as you wouldn't have seen these streets if we'd come in on the bus".
It really didn't help as we got to the Mezquita and Tom stopped talking to us so we were "flying blind" looking for somewhere to park and ended up miles from the place.....