Travel Blogs from Granada
... and tiny patios were superb. Cordoba is obviously on many people's must see list before I die, as quite a few of the other tour groups were about the same age as the mosque.
Particulary liked the ancient French lady in a woollen twin set on a day when you could have fried eggs on the cobble stones.
Fortunately it was then an air conditioned bus ride across the plains where nearly all the olive trees in the universe have collected. Miles and ...
... the hang of it - I didn't fall off at all (I can't afford to with my knees). We were fairly ripping down the slopes by the end of the day. Enjoyed a nice lager at one of the bars whilst waiting for our bus and watching the sun set over the mountain - it had been such a beautiful sunny ...
... to climb up to a nearby hill and capture the incredible view. In my opinion a camera cannot possibly capture the feeling one gets looking onto this incredible structure. It is really magical.
We also went to a Flamingo show which was both entertaining and impressive. Watching the two dancers work up a sweat as they stomped and swirled gave us a little taste of Spain's gypsy heritage.
Made a snap decision to leave Seville at 9 rather than 11as planned. Surprised Rick by by being showered, packed and on the bus within an hour. Bus trip through farming country started, left sevill with crops of wheat and sunflowers on large expanses, not a fence to be seen nor an animal, no trees growing amongst crops. Only trees growing on side of road are gum trees better specimens than grow at home, very weeping obviously because of higher rainfall. Staying at hotel ...
... that Sib took a picture of it. Fr. Joe had a tapas to start, which was an eggplant croquette, lightly fried, of which he shared a taste with us. His second course was the same egg and zucchini dish that I had - all this for all of us, combined with some delicious bread and olive oil…Father was right…we "won" lunch today!
A little adventure for us afterward, though…we wound our way through ...
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