Hospederia Luis de Gongora
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... Catholic Cathedral for the last eight hundred years. The Muslims still claim the Mosque as their own, and today both non-religious and religious tourists from around the world come to visit this amazing building. When we finished, we caught a taxi to the train station and go to see some of the other beautiful buildings around Cordoba including a castle.
... in the 1800's! A few decades later, it became a prison. What an ironic history the Alcazar has followed. From a palace to a military garrison and finally an asylum for criminals. Before resigning to our long drive back to Moron, we walked along the palace walls to a small shop where we relaxed with some tapas and sangria. By now the sun was back out and we could casually enjoy the beautiful day while practicing our blossoming Spanish vocabulary with 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 ...
Today we left the cool, sea-breezy 30˚C Malaga weather for the hot hot hot 40˚ of Córdoba. And no beach! We took a quick train ride inland and arrived just in time for everything to be closed and to walk to our hotel in the heat of the day. And by everything closed, I mean the tourist information office at the train station takes a nice little siesta from 2 to 5. Helpful. However, the lady at our hotel was indeed helpful! She told us all the ...
... all of the Arabic engravings throughout the Alhambra. They are all verses from the Q'ran, and the surround the interior and exterior of almost all of the structures within the Alhambra. After our tour, and a siesta back at the hotel, my friends and I ventured off on our own to check out the Arab market. The market is located in the former Media, city commercial center during the Muslim reign, and now is full of Artisan shops, almost all of which are imported from Morocco. In fact, ...