Parador de Manzanares
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... at a time makes me want to never have a home or children for that matter. We are now in the city of Cordoba, which has an air of sophistication. Trade seems to be flourishing, as this is one of the cities Ali is excited about. It's a bit weird how I can tell so much of a city just by looking at Ali's reaction. There is this huge bridge that is breathtaking, which is called the Roman bridge of Cordoba. Great artistry was displayed and I enjoyed such ...
... was just lovely. We all had a little snooze in the bus on the way & passed through Portuguese & Spanish countryside which had an enormous number of olive trees, cork trees where you could see the cork removed, holmoak trees which provide acorns for pigs which then provide special ham and so many gum trees it was like we were back home at times. The gum trees - they look like blue gums- seem to be a ...
... gardens. We started the next day with a visit to the Mezquita ( Cathedral) which we think is the most amazing building we have seen in Spain. The Mezquita was built in 785 AD and had some fantastic architectural features including the jasper, onyx, marble and granite double horseshoe columns and arches ( more than 1000 of these in total in the Mezquita ). We spent the afternoon walking around the city with more great food to end a perfect ...
... I did my laundry is right by the shower and is very nice. It's got really wide sides which is perfect for travelers who usually need a place to put things (like laundry or packages with your toothbrush and toothpaste. The shower and toilet are really clean which cool. The hostel is kind of a maze, just like most Spanish houses. My room is a 4-bed mixed dorm right off the kitchen, which is nice.
After I did my laundry I went out and saw the Roman ...
... dry as. Cordoba was a Muslim caliphate for hundreds of years and the most populous city in Europe, the seat of universities learned in philosophy, medicine, maths and astronomy. Near the Guadalquivir River, Hotel Viento 10 is a treat, designed and renovated recently in a modern style. The young woman who greeted us, also inducted us, mapped us and pointed out the local eateries and points of interest. We walked out after dumping our stuff and went to Bodega dos Campos, a ...