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... queso tostada at the Toledo station. Bags went through the X-ray check no problem, knives all snug and safe and well wrapped deep within my pack. No problem here, señor. Gracias! Got to Madrid station, plenty of time for our train to Córdoba. Bags went through the x-Ray machine and then the dreaded moment when the normal flow of procedures was suddenly halted and my bag was the centre of attention. I had to take it to a screened off area and open up the knife ...
... of the Nasrid sultanate and is best known for construction of the Palace of the Lions. These Sultans wanted to create paradise on earth. Modest material were used (plaster, timber, and tiles), but they were superbly worked.
Although the Alhambra was pillaged and lied in decay, including an attempt by Napoleon's troups to blow it up, its delicate craftsmanship still can be seen.
The Salon de Embajadores is the beautiful throne room built from 1334 to 1354. ...
... drink, eat and sleep on this trip at least. There were lots of fountains (we get it, you had water, the plebs didn't..), gardens, ruins, moorish baths and look out points everywhere. Started so keen an then when our 20minute attention span was up, the audio guide and keenness for photographing anything went back in our bags. We saw the big palace (INERT NAME HERE WHEN I FIND IT). It was cool... All the walls were so decorated with carvings. We learnt a lot but let's be honest, ...
... past two bus stops I said if its over here its going to be one of those. We found the right bus! 181 to Monachil. We get on and no one other than Kelly and I had anything less than 20€ on them so we all dug through our coins to get 1.45€ for the remaining three of us. Upon arrival to Monachil, we got off the bus and started our ascension into the mountains. We blindly walked through the town hoping for some indication where this ...
... the crops were arranged in neat rows, and it's not hard to understand why Spain is the leading exporter of olive oil and olives in the world. This area has a perfect climate for that. The Guide indicated that they do one harvest a year, in the fall. Depending on the terrain, harvesting can be done by machines but in most cases it must be done by people. I can't imagine how many people would be required, but I’m sure it’s a huge number!