Pension El Portillo
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... drink and a desert for 5 euros. It was great. It was fun to just chill out after the long bus ride, and appreciate the beautifulness. After lunch though, we went to visit Mezquita De Córdoba. It was a nice mosque, and inside it, was a church! It was crazy but very beautiful! We also than visited the Castillo Almodóvar del Río, which was also beautiful. It was so hot, so the walk up to the Castillo (Castle) was ...
... and i get up
0700: i begin to get dressed, apply makeup, and do my hair
0740: i am ready, and eat breakfast (usually a banana, cereal, or toast)
0745: pack my bag and play with my phone
0800: leave for school with ana, her dad, and anas friend laura who lives around the corner
0830: first hour class begins
(school for me: there are 3 classes of kids turning 16 in 2014. They are divided into class A, B, and C. they ...
We took the high speed train to Cordoba. We reached 301km/h (187 mph), traveling more than 525 miles in 4.5 hours, a new land speed record for both of us. (Why can't we figure this out in the States?) Watching out the window, the farms were whizzing by. Along the route we passed miles and miles of olive orchards blanketing the hillsides. We weren't aware of the important role of olives in the Spanish economy.
We arrived in Cordoba, is a northern city in ...
... for us. The family spent some time with us going over the layout of the city, places to eat and pointing out the key sites.
Headed off for a wander around the city as several places we intend to visit here are closed (being a Monday). Easily found the Tourist Information Centre and got what we needed. Found a nice tapas restaurant for dinner before returning to the hotel and some air conditioning. Still very hot in the evenings.
... Ferdinand and their children are buried in the chapel. We were even able to go under the floor and see their coffins. Wow. Unfortunately, because of how old the chapel was, no pictures were allowed. The rest of the day we walked around and got some great Arabic kebabs for lunch. I was starting to miss food that wasn't potatoes or beans. After a three hour bus ride, I finally made it back to Sevilla, where I promptly passed out and missed all of my classes the next day. Not even mad about it. ...