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 ...
... br> We really liked the castle's vibe; though the castle itself was on the small side and pretty bare inside (which actually seems perfect for filming), the gardens were magnificent, as were the views from the castle's towers. The castle was one of Ferdinand and Isabella's primary residences, and it was from one of those towers (the aptly-named "Torre de la Inquisicion") that they started and headquartered the Spanish Inquisition. On an ...
... 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 ...
... it was a hot day, so the shade of its courtyard - Patio de los Naranjos (and the mosque itself) was quite welcome...just downhill from the Mezquita is the "Roman Bridge" over Guadalquivir River...the river itself is marshy and unimpressive (at least nowadays), but the view of the city from the other side of the river is nice..
Later we ...
... we had previously taken, to a church which was closed. No problem, as we had then planned to go to the Museum of the Courtyards, and it was open. This was 12 courtyards and a garden in the stately home of the Viana’s Marquises. The various courtyards were representative of Roman, Moorish and later era courtyards. Unfortunately a lot of the plants were at the end of their flowering cycle and should have been replaced or at least ...