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... inside it. A pretty magnificent mosque (it is in essence a mosque). Extended over time. So interesting. If you are going, it is worth getting the audio guide, you don't have to listen to all of it, but it gives some really good historical insight.
After a siesta (of course), we headed into town for some dinner... it was not spectacular, there is nothing to report here. But Cordoba looks a little like a quiet Vegas by night... well this tiny bit of ...
... buffet and just not quite able to access it. Years of repatterning
have helped me to travel different pathways in my brain when I am under stress,
and now instead of “survival mode”, I am going into a more functional “basic
I am staying in a hostel-like arrangement (NOT “hostile” as it
sounds over the phone!) which has worked out fine because all guests are quiet
... dusk approached to it with the changing colors of the day. To get there from the hostel you go up a large hill filled with streets with lots of twists and turns so it is easy to loose your direction. My advise is just keeping going up and don’t even bother looking at your map because it will just get you lost. Along the way you pass several arab shops selling souvenirs, restaurants serving traditional cuisine from that part of the world, ...
... reminds me of the Potala Palace. The Alhambra Palace is today one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, it represents the peak of artistic achievement of not only Islamic Spain, but also of medieval Europe.
Granada was the capital of the Nasrid kingdom of Granada, the last Muslim dynasty in Spain that developed a wealthy, highly envied civilization based on advanced agriculture and irrigation, production of ...
... taking in everyday life. Kassie and I treated ourselves to an Arab bath at a hammam, a very hushed, subdued experience with hot, warm and cold pools, a steam room, hot rock tables to lay on and a 15 minute relaxing massage...indeed, divine decadence!
It is not hard to imagine what life would have been like here in Granada in its glory days...there is still a magnificence to it that links it inextricably to its Moorish ...