La Posada Del Molino
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... The architecture is like a mosque (the equivalent of a church for Muslims), with lots of arches and patterns, and not so many pictures and pillars, like the other full Cathedrals in Spain. A section of the floor at one end of the Mezquita was converted into glass, so you could see the old tunnels beneath the floor of the Mezquita. The decoration on the arches was mostly red and white lines, like you can see in ...
... Cathedral. We considered returning but decided we had seen the Mezquita at its best. The photos fall a long way short of the experience.
Walking back, we picked up some croissants and and had a late breakfast with fresh coffee when we arrived back home.
After lunch we visited the site of an ancient city, Madinet al-Zahra, famous in the Arab world at the time, for its beauty. Built in 940, it had a very short life and was destroyed in about 1110, and ...
... the english teacher Rafael. Ya, they call the teachers by there first name!! He was great, and him and ana and her friend led me on the tour. i felt a little bit like Neil Armstrong coming back from the Apollo 1 mission. Everybody knew who i was, where i was from, and they were so excited to meet me. The principal did the european kiss kiss cheek cheek thing, and so did everybody else. it became my knowledge that i was the first non Spaniard EVER inside the walls of ...
... a warm day was forecasted with a top temperature of 26 degrees forecasted.
I woke at around 9AM, to the feeling of the stuffy air in our hotel room. We had breakfast at our hotel room again, before checking out of the Hotel Reina Mora, and beginning our long drive to Cordoba, which is approximately 210 kilometres away. Cordoba is a town famous for the Mezquita, which is a large Islamic palace located in the ...
Hola!! Today was a long day! We ate breakfast and left the hotel by 8:00 AM and got on a bus to go to Córdoba! The bus ride to Córdoba took about almost 2 hours. Córdoba was once the largest city in all of Europe, having a population of around 300,000 when London and Paris only had 15,000 people! What Córdoba is most known for is being ruled by Muslims, Christians, and Jews ...