Ayre Hotel Cordoba
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... buildings and gardens. I haven't done the biggest sight as yet...the big, gigante mosque with a cathedral right in the center of it. When I go there and take photos I will give you the whole incredible story. For now the enjoy the few but colorful photos. My best, Adventure ...
... is proud of the fact that Christians, Jews and Muslims did live in harmony for many years, but nothing lasts forever...unfortunately.
Other interesting structures were an old tenth century Roman bridge that is still open to pedestrian traffic. Once the rain stopped mid-afternoon, we continued our tour de town into the early evening, followed by a glass of vino and beer at yet another local bar and then ox-tail stew (Rabo de toro) ...
Another hot clear day. We set off from Caceres for the shortish journey to Zafra. We intended to travel there via Merida.
Merida is a World Heritage site with more Roman remains than anywhere else in Spain. To the Romans it was Lusitania.
According to the new 'All the Aires Spain and Portugal' there is a car park there with a MH service point and parking for motorhomes at 85c per ...
... and advanced cities in Europe of its time from a cultural, political, financial and economic perspective. The Mosque Cathedral of Cordoba is a haven for a history buff as it is a standing example of all political changes in Spain. This magnificent structure is really a cathedral build on top of a Mosque, which was in turn built on a church, which was built on a roman edifice. Huh! ...
... favourites to try, we spent the evening of Nov 1 hopping from place to place, sampling regional tapas such as chickpeas & spinach, anchovies, eggplant & honey, potato tortilla, meatballs, ratatouille, and seafood salads. Believe it or not, we actually skipped the last one on our list as we were to full to stuff down any more!
Nov 1st is All-Saints Day in ...