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The last day of our Travel Seminar, Friday the 28th, was without a doubt the worst day I've had in a while, but it started off well. We checked out around 9:30am and drove 90 minutes to the city of Cordoba. We had our last tour lead by our professor in the Mezquita (Mosque) that is extremely famous, as it is one of the largest mosques to survive in Europe. The reason why the Mezquita was not burned down like the rest is because the ...
... suspicious of place as one full of bolshy proletarians and
student ideologues continually on strike, parasites always in envy of and
seeking to raid the pockets of those more productive and prosperous than themselves.
But the image I formed from the info I read is far from the reality and Cordoba
is not Moscow on the Guadalquivir. The reality is the city is wonderful and
strongly preserves its cultural heritage despite its lefty leanings.
... luggage at our accommodation in central Madrid, then get out to the car hire return destination 19 km from where we are staying to return the car by 5pm. If we are late they will slug us an extra day in charges. We then have to catch public transport back to the accommodation which involves a bus, train and subway. It will be odd to be staying in the one location for a few days. This driving leg has gone very smoothly. We organise accommodation for the places we stayed the ...
... dinner though, I took a nap, before getting ready to go out. We all decided to go out near the hotel, and just have fun. It was a good time, and we all appreciated a time to just have fun and not have many worries. We got back around 3 am, so it wasn't too late, and still had time to sleep. Well, tomorrow will be more of an adventure, so we will se how that goes, but today was hot so I'm hoping tomorrow won't be as ...
... gardens in front, and a big iron gate and fence makes it look important.
2. churches. every church in cordoba is catholic, and im sure everybody got pretty annoyed hen i took pictures of every single one, but come on, you just dont see architecture like that in Georgetown.
3. The Manolete Monument. Manolete is a famous Torero (a guy that shakes the red cape in front of a bulls face to make it angry) from the 30's. born and raised ...