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... sent him in different directions, but eventually, he got back to us and we knew where to go. Our fuses were all pretty short by then!
Hostal La Fuente turned out to be a beautifully adorned small hotel with a gorgeous courtyard of ornamental tiles and pot plants (oops: Americans, read 'potted plants’!).
Maryln and I went for dinner up the road and came upon a beautifully preserved excavated Roman Coliseum with eleven tall columns dating back to ...
... over 20,000 people who would come to prayer in the mosque each day. When the Catholics took over the space they chose to keep much of the mosque's architecture and build a church in the center. It's a very bizarre hybrid and like nothing else I have ever seen. Google it and check out the inside, since we were just "there to pray" I couldn't take pics. I also attached a pic I found online so you can see the overhead view of the church built in the ...
... soo narrow that I had to walk sideways down some of them. It was therefore quite difficult to drive the car. The apartment building (See photo) in which we stayed proved difficult to get to!!. I notice that all the local cars had scrapes and dents down every side. However, given the no claim insurance basis on hire car, I was reluctant to tattoo to my car in a similar manner. Thus, driving was quite stressful.
The car was parked up a number of extraordinarily ...
... 32C in Cordoba.
The first few miles are a repeat of my journey back from the Gredos yesterday. There's one quite surprising section of road which is dead straight for about 5 or 6 miles across the plain, before it starts to climb to cross the Gredos. The ascent into the mountains is fairly gradual, but the descent on the south side, from a pass called the Puerto del Pico, is much steeper. However, it's difficult to get any decent views back to the Gredos from this side and it ...
... great deal of Arabic influences (the arches).
In addition to touring this cathedral, we were given time to just walk around and explore the city a little bit. The city actually was not very unlike Sevilla- many of the structures had a similar design. Regardless, one can easily see the history that is in the city. Be sure to look at my pictures at the bottom of the page to see the age of many of the structures in the ...