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The third thing we did in Cordoba was go to this horse show. We went to the show the night of the day we went to the Alcazar. The show was a horse + flamenco show, so there were people riding horses, people walking beside horses, people guiding horses which were doing jumps off their hind legs, there were people riding horses while a flamenco dancer danced alongside the horse, and there were people ...
... the night before when it opened. Now we saw more of it. There are many large tents with organizations selling food and dancing. Many of the woman wear fancy flamenco dresses. We also saw a parade of horse drawn carriages with people dress up in fancy dresses.
In the evening we drove up the mountain behind town. We stopped and looked back at Cordoba. We also stopped and looked at a cork tree.
hola! me llamo Rachel. Soy de Canada! And thats when the spanish ended and it was no longer a secret that im not from around these parts.
lets see, where did i leave off? oh yes, paris. I took a teeny tiny plane from paris to madrid, and not much to say about that flight because i passed out before we even started to taxi. Although being through a 12" by 6" window, my first look at Spain made me very excited. Rolling ...
... himself admitted that the church being built right in the middle of this wonderful Islamic palace was a bit of a mistake, and that's coming from the man who commissioned it be built in the first place!
We continued walking around the Mezquita before having a quick stroll around the town centre, noticing that every single shop in town was closed due to today being a national holiday in Spain. We returned to ...
... in a locker then walked to get some tapas to eat. Half the things we wanted to see we're closed because its Monday. We went to the mezquita which is an old mosque converted into a church. It was amazing, 850 columns. It was pretty impressive. Then we went across the old roman bridge and looked at an old water mill. We went into an old fortress then some gardens. It's real hot here ...