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So this morning we had to wake up, eat breakfast and leave our house around 8:15. We had to be at school by 8:45 because we had to take the bus to Córdoba! It was a 5 hour bus ride, but didn't seem that bad, because we stopped along the way! Once we got there though, we arrived at our hotel, Hotel Selu. After we arrived there, we were able to get …
... 8221; of the Islamic Empire, when it was Muslim kingdoms that were often the most advanced in areas of science, medicine, technology—and religious tolerance… Yes, it’s been a fascinating tour, and definitely worth the 8 Euros. More Insights I’ve reached the “high water mark” of my tour. From here it’ll be a long trip back to Malaga, the Algeciras, then across the straits of Gibraltar back home to Morocco. But I’ve still ...
... around Córdoba which was flourishing with development, education, and society. Once the capital of the Roman Empire and once the capital of the Arab world, it has been considered the center of Europe many times over.
The Mesquita displays it's history through architecture of the heavy Roman and Arab influence, with Catholic pews as well. Today it is used as a Cathedral, but still maintains its "Mosque" name as "La Mesquita".
In my day ...
... 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 ...
... walk around before the flamenco performance. We ate downtown at a pizza place it was so nice and the pizza was so good but it was kinda pricy. All we had was a flatbread and it was 8 euros... but it was worth it. Then we just roamed the city a bit and finally got to the performance at 10. It was amazing and incredibly touching. I have never seen such emotion shine through a dance. Afterwards we headed back because we have to wake up early for Seville!