La Posada Del Molino
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... and gardens at the Alcazar just down the road. There was even an old tower you could take photos atop if you puffed yourself up the spiral staircase. A rewarding view of the river awaited us and a nice one of the Mezquita if you faced the other way. Snapshots taken, gardens walked, tourist job done. Minutes later, over a cafe con leche, I was flicking through my photos on the camera. Damn it, that freakin crane made several cameos. The coffee tasted bitter after this. Cranes... ...
... and make it sound
like Cordoba is somewhat of a one-monument town. There are probably tours that
take in nothing else in Cordoba, but it’s not really the case. Although the
Mezquita stands out, there is much more to see.
Andalusia overall is a rather left-leaning region in modern
Spain and Cordoba is especially so. For example, it was the only city in Spain
to elect a communist government in the post-Franco years. That intel inclines
me to be ...
Yesterday morning I woke early and when I finally looked at the clock it was 5.11 am. This morning I did the same thing and when I looked at the clock it was 5.08 am. I am feeling more refreshed this morning though as I went to bed earlier and fell into a deep sleep right through. It's 6.29 am now and Puddy still hasn't stirred. We want to hit the road early this morning as we have Toledo to see and need to then drive to Madrid (about 4-5 hours driving all up) drop off our ...
... once we got up there it was nice. By the time we got up there and explored, coming down I felt that I was going to pass out! But once I got down, it felt relaxing and it was nice to have cold air on the bus. We took the bus back to the hotel after walking around for a while, and than got to chill out before we had dinner at the hotel. It was nice to just walk down and have dinner, even though it wasn't that ...
... lack of oxygen to the brain. Anyways, when i say that cordoba is built around roman ruins, i literally mean that they didn't alter the ruins a bit, they literally just plopped buildings on top of them. its a bit amazing.
today, i further explored cordoba with her parents. we walked all around, and the following is what i saw:
1. an old university campus, which is now a block of offices still with something to do with the ...