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... dramatic), which emphasized the Roman take over. The grand pipe organ was in the center, surrounded by dark wood carvings and seats. The mezquita exemplified the combined Moorish and Roman cultures. To me, a lot of what creates Andalusia's bohemian-esque aesthetic is this combination of cultures. The east meets west, in a way... Our last night in Cordona, we ate at Bodega Campos before making our way to the Flamenco show across from the mezquita. Timea did her research and found ...
... that happened. Norm was a champion as always, loading a full plate from the continental breakfast to have ready for me, and running downstairs unasked as soon as I woke up to get me a delicious cortado. Cortado is Spain's version of a machiatto, espresso with milk, but somehow taste better to me. No bitterness at all. ( I am actually writing Day Two on Day Five, and believe me, I've had plenty of cortados so far!) Late start on Day Two. :) after breakfast, we ...
... easy) and mush around til most of
it was out of there. When I was done with the fish wrangle, I poached it with
lemon, onion and a little soothing ginger as an apology. Sautéed chard, from a
woman’s backyard garden, and organic potato slices, completed the meal.
I appreciated the apartment I had arranged for my arrival
back in Barcelona for its intact, original entryway of gigantic carriage
doors. And what a ...
... later, ha! So we walked towards a bar to kill some time and thankfully the girl, Allie, was fluent in Spanish so she got directions to where the bull run would be held. Taylor, her boyfriend, was such a gentleman and offered to carry my backpack for me because we had a long walk to go. At first I resisted because I don't like to ask people to do things like that for me but after a few more minutes of him asking I have in. I was free! ...
... Karl stopped at the Barcelona Cathedral. I didn't see this but from afar, but I thought the cathedral was interesting because you could see through the spires; usually the spires are filled in. They also went into the Cathedral Santa Maria del Mar. Inside is a stained glass window the was done for the 1992 Olympic Games and each of the medalists were able to sign it. ...