Los Abetos del Maestre Escuela
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... lasted a century or so longer, eventually they would all fall. It’s a sobering thought. And I wonder what forgotten lessons this might have for the present day. And so, as I ponder that, I head out to the streets once more, as I tread the quiet streets to the north side of town and back again, then down through the old Jewish Quarter where there’s a little museum tucked away that tells of yet another facet of this city. This is a city that seems very ...
... to speed here's a quick lesson on its usage: if you sink a random hook shot from half court, you would hear a chorus of "A la eh!" [incredible] If your friend came up to you and said, "dude, my grandmother hooked up with the mayor" you would probably reply, "a la eh.." [mild surprise]. If you attempted to start a tire fire to keep the party at the Montezuma pond from ending prematurely... and it didn't light, you might hear a round of "ooo, a la ...
... aid!!! Just spend it and relax.
Okay, back to the story. I remember the Mezquita very clearly from 20 years ago.....I loved it then and I still do. The red and white arches are just stunning! It was originally a mosque, but later a cathedral was built on top of it. I have included one picture down into a lower area under where we walked and one of an uncovered ...
Probably one of the most admirable traits for me in Córdoba, is it's current system benefiting from plants. The city has long ago planted thousands of orange trees in the city of Córdoba, I have also seen them in Sevilla and Granada. Even the hedges are made of orange trees. These orange trees produce sour oranges - so they wouldn't be pleasant to eat off the tree. However, the government maintains these trees and sells the oranges to France to ...
... a plant.
In the afternoon we returned to the Mezquita-Cathedral to take our time and see everything. Other than the teenaged tourists trying to be sneaky but obviously playing hide and seek, it was pretty peaceful. Well, at least for the last 10 minutes before closing when they weren’t letting anyone else in and everyone was leaving. We stayed until we were kicked out.
Bad News: Today, in a solid team effort, we killed Andrew’s camera. First I fumbled ...