Parador de Cordoba
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... detail: one of the men did not have feet but clows instead - the sign of the devil! The long visit was followed by lunch at Pep's with Anjovis (the best in the world according to the menu - great price also: 3.50 EUR per slice!) as starter. Afternoon stroll in town ( Córdoba center and the Juderia is not very big) was followed by a pool-session siesta. Last evening was (again) spent on the roof at Pepe's where we were generously ...
... the rest of the day inside of the Mezquita, too, but we wanted to wander the winding streets for a while longer.
We treated ourselves to a nice dinner of a variety of tapas, then explored the Juderia once more, this time by moonlight. The Mezquita, especially, was brilliant at night, mesmerizingly lit up. We both agreed that Cordoba is one of our favorite places that we've visited on this trip--and not just because of the fair.
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... 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 ...
... of Andalucia. The taxi ride from the train station was unique. Our Hotel was in the old world section of town at the end of very narrow streets. Only taxis and motor scooters are allowed to navigate these tiny passages. Our driver quickly turned both of his side rearview mirrors in to avoid hitting a wall or a pedestrian on a less-than-adequate sidewalk. Before we arrived at the hotel our progress was stopped by a tour group that acted as though they ...
Weather: 39º C and Sunny
Breakfast up the road. It was different – we sat down, were asked what type of coffee we wanted and if we wanted orange juice. Breakfast then arrived and included toast, butter and jams in addition to the coffee and OJ. Would have liked some Spanish omelette or a croissant but “asi es la vida”.
Now off through the Jewish quarter to the Mezquita, the Cathedral of Cordoba. On the way we ...