Tryp Cordoba Hotel
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... lunch and looked at the turtle sanctuary at the station. There were hundreds of turtles in this indoor sanctuary! There was also a small market inside the station, so we looked around for a while.
When the time came, we went to the stop and took our seats. It looked exactly like the plane because the seats were numbered and it would take us three hours to get there. Might as well get comfortable, we all ...
... us before the visit. (Told you I wouldn't make that mistake twice!)
It was a short and very pleasant walk from our hotel to the Mezquita. We walked in the cool fresh air past cafes setting up for breakfast and saw several tourists who clearly had the same plan as us. I was a little nervous when we arrived as we saw several people get denied entry. It turned out it was just because they didn't have their shoulders covered and this is a ...
... come out first and then there's a giant...altar? Not sure what to call it that is carried around the city with 20 or so people underneath moving about a millimeter a minute. All in all it was definitely worth sticking around for but I was sure glad I had a seat.
We grabbed some drinks, wandered for food and quickly ate before heading back to make our 8:30 train. Two hours of naps and knitting later we were back in Madrid and ready for ...
... just have to be nice and hope for the best in service. But hey, relax - you're in Spain!
Fun fact: The order of a meal was also developed in high society Córdoba, with appetizers being first and the sweet desserts coming last. Before this they just ate in any order they wanted.
Food for thought: If every city grew food bearing trees and plants that belonged to the people as well as provided economic benefit to the city, how would that change our environment?
... Christ of the Lanterns) on the way back to the hotel.
The inquisition torture implement museum wasn't poorly done (like a Niagara falls wax museum) but it didn't really have any information on the politics, etc. It really just showed the different weapons and how they were built but not how the inquisition came to be. The Casa de Sefarad Museum gave better explanations...still very difficult to understand, especially ...