Hotel Macia Alfaros
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Macia Alfaros Córdoba
Clean and comfortable room
Good location, but not for the buses
Large, modern, interesting building
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... sums of money for elegant clothing and gifts for these occasions and the women can't wear the same outfit twice. At the cathedral we saw several groups waiting to go in for their celebrations. When we returned to the hotel in the afternoon, we watched several celebrations after their religious ceremonies, The women had on incredible dresses and shoes. It was amazing to see! Steve walked ...
... and anything else of photographic interest. Stopped at the Gardens of Hercules for coffees [2.4E] and carried on to the Plaza of San Francisco. All the chairs for the procession were already out, the area not that far from the cathedral and evidently a prime viewing area. Got back to the hotel by noon, computer time filling the gap to departure.
Assembled for 1230 [well, some of us] for leaving to the Santa Justa train station. Keith was in charge of ...
... for Cordoba. We checked into our hotel and headed out to explore the Cathedral of Cordoba. What an amazing building that holds much history. The gothic, Muslim and Catholic influences are evident within the building itself. The mosque was built by Muslims, but was then used by the Catholics after the Moors were driven out of power.
When the Catholics obtained the mosque, chapels and Catholic statues and other religious decorations adorned the interior. The mixture ...
... night. We meander around, bypassing unpromising places and settle on an empty bodega at the edge of the Juderia. We order a couple of tapas plates and wine and the man is proud of his food and it's local provenence. We chatted on as usual, easy to find stuff to talk about. Me more ready to talk about post return ideas, Jan delighted to keep this time whole.
We walk back earlyish, people still out walking, some with dogs, and riding ...
... was way worth it. Sunday we drove to Cordoba, the last stop on our trip. Here we visited the third largest mosque in the world, and the only one in Spain that wasn't destroyed by Catholics. Instead of destroying it they just built a cathedral in the middle of it. This place was huge! I have plenty of pictures on Facebook. This was definitely one of my favorite places so ...