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... with carriages. Inside this area we found in a small street strings connected to the walls with papers hanging down that contained inspirational quotes in Spanish. You were to take one then string up another to leave for someone.
Overall, Cordoba was a heart stealer due to its architecture and very interesting history. It has been one of my favorite places I have traveled to so far and is worth putting some footsteps ...
... is. The bus is amazing. Right now I am on a major five lane freeway and there are bus stops right on the freeway. The only allowance is a pull in section about 30 metres long. The bus stops in it and then needs to pull out back onto the freeway with card doing 100km/hr. I'm sitting in the back seat of the bus so I'm paying extra attention to what is going on behind me. Having driven this road myself I know it is bedlam. I'm going to pay it my full attention now. ... Back in ...
... to queue later.
The Alkhazar is open until 2.30 pm so we went there first.
As usual the photo's will tell the story.
After a picnic in some gardens nr the Alkhazar we walked across the Roman ...
... hosts and Sara from Girona (thanks Sara!!!), I was willing to give it a go. We booked our bath the day before for a 2 pm slot. We got there and were given instructions on what to expect and tips on making the most of the experience. The entire place was very dimly lit to create a relaxing atmosphere. We started with the warm bath. This was absolutely bliss. We spent almost an hour in this pool and slept off with our heads on the edge. The ceiling ...
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In the afternoon, we left Cordoba towards Sevilla (150km/93 miles). At night we went to a flamenco night at palacio Andaluz
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