Los Abetos del Maestre Escuela
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... and cinnamon coating a perfectly cooked piece of bread was heaven in our mouths. It was a far cry from the so called 'French toast' we had gotten a few times in India which never once came with cinnamon. (In the land of spices, go figure!) Our original plan of going for a walk after lunch was quickly scrapped as we could barely make it back to our hotel.
Still feeling slightly ill from all the food a couple ...
... looking for. We got a tip from our host to go see the show in a museum at Plaza del Porto. The show was performed by students of the art and was very reasonable at 2 euros per head.
6. The hammam (the Almanzor baths) - writing this one as the last highlight as it was the last thing we did in Cordoba and it was worth every cent. Being a guy, I was a bit skeptical about a bath with different temperature water pools etc. But after speaking to ...
... it...but I rubbed his foot anyway - you never know! :)
On the way to Mezquita we stopped for lunch at a charming place with a beautiful interior courtyard...by now we could not imagine our lunch without a few jars of sangria - almost everywhere in Spain is was really good...it tasted especially good in Andalusia - maybe because it was quite hot, and sangria felt ...
... thought of these devices as well as those who carried out the torture.
Eventually got to the market, did some shopping and headed for the hotel to get out of the heat before going out again in the evening.
Freshened up, or more to the point cooled off, we headed for a restaurant that had been recommended by the hotel. We got there at 845pm and were the only ones there. People started arriving as we were leaving ...
This past weekend I was able to go with my ISA group to Cordoba and Granada. We first stopped in Cordoba, and took a tour of both the Mezquita and then the city as a whole. The Mezquita is famous for being a grand Mosque that was transformed into a Cathedral after the Catholics retook Spain from the Muslims, which makes one really amazing building. We had beautiful weather in Cordoba, but after two straight weeks of rain, the river surrounding the city was completely flooded, ...