La Posada Del Molino
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... is mirror opposite of Granada. Cordoba is classy, manicured, and a little sterile… Granada is grimy, fun and rowdy. Cordoba is for the old, Granada is for the young, with college students partying loudly until dawn. Even a Guitar Festival, sponsored by Cruzcampo, Spain’s beer, is able to break the city’s serene vibe. There, scores of amateur guitarists strum all in unison the jingle of the beer commercial… looks like fun… but, nah, I think ...
... The Alcazar Real
is the city’s castle palace with origins in the Muslim era but remains the
residence of the Spanish royals when they are in Seville. There’s not much in
the way of rooms to see, unlike some other royal palaces, but the best feature
is the gardens, in my view even better than those at the Alcazar Real in
My indoor adventures on my rainy Saturday in Cordoba
included the Archaeological Museum, built over an old ...
... there was a shadow - as if hiding, so it only seemed right to pretend we hadn’t seen them as we walked past. The ruins are poorly organised, and we had to retrace our steps almost to the start halfway through, but the labels are in Spanish and English, which was good. The surroundings are wonderful though, built on rising ground, there is a huge landscape in front, albeit one that in the middle distance, in every aspect, is diminished by housing and factory ...
... Cordoba is much like a tree, and the closer you get to the center, the older it (and cooler) it gets. Well, i think we were headed toward the center, i wasnt really sure. Anyways, the streets are narrow and awesome, and then boom theres a big circle or square complete with kiosks, homeless people, cars, street performers, and the whole bit. Also, theres orange trees every where. no typo, actual orange trees just spring out of the ground, ...
... at night, it was uphill the whole way and when we got there, it was just a really poorly lit outdoor crucifix...neat, I guess. Overall a great day though and I'm excited to get some more time in the Mosque tomorrow.
Technical Blog Note - My tablet does not allow me to re-order the photos. The laptop does, but we won't have the laptop with us again until after the camino, so from this date forward the photos may be out of order...sorry about that.