Friday, May 12, 2017

Cordoba Scenes, 2017, 1

This is our third visit to Cordoba and to the Mezquita, the medieval mosque there that is one of the wonders of the world. After Madinat al-Zahar, we found a camping aire just down the road, in the valley, a place interestingly named Peter Pan Higueron. It's a restaurant in the hamlet of El Higueron, with parking space for 50 or more RVs, dump, water, etc. 7 euros a night. There were half a dozen rigs there when we pulled in the afternoon of May 5. As the weekend really got underway, I counted 47 rigs, many of them small groups traveling together, nearly all from Espana. We stayed at Peter Pan 3 nights, touring Cordoba, and then a rest day. Previous Cordoba/Mezquita blog posts are:

Panning around the parking lot Saturday afternoon
Meanwhile, back in beautiful Cordoba, some street scenes

Really tied tings together

Why Europeans are such good drivers

It was explained to me later that they can't see gray

In an apartment parking garage

1 comment:

Tawana said...

Loved all your Cordoba photos!