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... I was sorry though to see Nick Clegg resign as leader of the Lib Dems.
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Sylvia and David took us in for tapas and fab red wine of the region the night we arrived.
At 8 the place was quiet, buzzing at 9 and pumping at 10. And that's just the local park! Kids, grandmothers, old men, young couples... everyone and their dog was out having fun.
Even the roundabout heading into town was fun.
Last breakfast at Noordin Street Hotel and there was just the two of us. This is a quiet build up to Christmas for hotels. After breakfast we set about packing our suitcases. We were due to leave the hotel at 1 pm. With a bit of time to kill guess where we headed. Yes the Mall. Got back to pay bill and say good bye to staff, they were really nice people. Set off for bus station to catch a bus to another shopping mall, this one was for another purpose, it was where we had to pick ...
... and ended up at the big department store which is called El Corte Ingle's. It is Spain's only remaining department store chain and is ranked 4th worldwide. Dinner was find it yourself so we walked around the street just past the hotel and found a little place selling Italian food. We shared a pizza and were soon joined by 17 other members of our group. By ten o'clock we headed back to the hotel for ...
... and social structures emphasized by these peoples. Each city exhibited a unique, yet comprehensive aura based on the date of the Reconquest and the prominence of various cultures.
The city of Cordoba, reconquered in 1236, was the smallest of the towns. Small streets designed for walking, locally owned shops, emphasis on nature and short, historic building style created the quaint, personal feel ...
... times to visit the palaces. Our tickets are for 12pm. We arrive at the gates after a good 20 minutes of uphill walk and make our way straight to the Nasrid Palaces. There are three palaces designed by Arab kings during the Muslim dynasty using horseshoe arches (which is meant for good luck and destiny), incredible hand crafted patterns on columns and ceilings made by chiselling stone and lots of Arabic writing, again chiselled in stone. We visit Patio de los Leones ...
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