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Toledo and Cordoba We left Madrid this morning and headed for Toledo. I think some of our students had their first sense of the charms of Spain upon seeing the city view of Toledo. We toured the city and entered the central cathedral, which is seven hundred years old. After Toledo we were off to see windmills of the Don Quixote variety. There was ...
... Catholic Cathedral for the last eight hundred years. The Muslims still claim the Mosque as their own, and today both non-religious and religious tourists from around the world come to visit this amazing building. When we finished, we caught a taxi to the train station and go to see some of the other beautiful buildings around Cordoba including a castle.
... tried the IPA, a wheat beer and a stout which were all fantastic but after 3 glasses each was way too much alcohol for our weakened tolerances. Honestly, we were drunk. But the beer was amazing and we were happy.
Still feeling the effects of the alcohol later that night, for dinner we grabbed some supplies from a nearby supermarket to make some ham and cheese rolls to eat in a park. We went for another short walk around town before heading back to ...
... to distinguish from one architechural influence to the next! The city's main attraction is the world renowned mosque-cathedral called the Mezquita. From the outside the building doesn't look like much. We actually had to ask where to find the Mezquita when we were standing across the street from it! Where all other European churches we have seen were elaborately decorated on the outside, this building looked like a run-down warehouse in comparison. However, ...
... women, because I have one too.
Guapo/guapa - beautiful/cute - used so frequently that the lady at the store register will call you guapo/guapa.
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Fun fact: Spaniards don't tip, not even a few cents! On the other side the the tortilla, don't expect stellar customer service in Spain either. And, you can't tip to make it ...