After seeing the last of Seville we made our way to Cordoba. Cordoba is steeped in history and way back in the 10th century it was said to be the most populous city in the world. One of the things I remember about Cordoba is how humid and hot it was, as is the majority of the Andalusia region!
In the evening we headed to the Mosque and Cathedral of the city and explored inside, the architecture was spectacular. Some of the tour group headed to the Ancient baths, the rest of us decided to explore the Jewish Quarter and have some dinner.
My time in Cordoba was finished off with frozen yogurt, do I need to say anymore? (And no they weren't both mine - promise!)