Parador de Cordoba
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... to Barcelona Sants Station and on the 3940 to Seville but we alight at Cordova. With 10 minutes to spare we're comfortable. Ten minutes before being comfortably settled we probably wouldn't have said that because the station is very big, very busy and very Spanish. The train numbers, departure times and destinations make it possible to find our platform but 'queuing' like locals, that is, making a bee line for the entrance and being oblivious to others certainly helps. ...
... plazas and the like. Oh yea, and in October during the Raphael festival folks eat feroles, which I have no idea about, other than it sounds like the name of the priest. They do a lot of that kinda thing here.
Cordoba was a great stay and we loved our hotel and the area. Even with the crowds at the main sites there was plenty of elbow room and we generally did not feel crowded. Food was a little on the disappointing side, especially ...
Arrived in Córdoba on the fast train from Madrid. Speeds it does is 250ks per hr, wish we had these in aust. Olive trees everywhere. Córdoba is a medieval town and is known for its patios. Doors are left open so the tourists can see in and in summer they are adorned with flowers. Plazas everywhere so we just kept walking down the Orange laden tree streets to come across beautiful areas, buildings, tavernas, cafeterias. The mezquita ...
... of olive groves which cover the hillsides like lacework. As we near Cordoba, the groves are sometimes mixed with cut fields and mature sunflower crops. Spectacular. As per usual, there's that "I don't know where the hell I am or where I'm going" phase, but it is reasonably short lived and we get rid of the rental car and take a taxi to Hotel Mezquita. Take a walk through the infamous Cathederal (built over ...
Right now I'm in a train on my way to the south of Spain. I hear its really beautiful down there. Ana and I are going to Cordova then to spend a day in Granada. It'll be a quick and busy trip but I'm looking forward to seeing the difference between there and the north of Spain.
First day in cordoba was interesting. It was like walking around in a small village that's big. The buildings are white and orange and the streets are narrow and stone. We walked around downtown all day. We ...