Aparthotel Ascarza Badajoz
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( CORDOBA, SPAIN; )
Yet another beautiful mosque, which is a great sight to behold. Well -- I suppose it would be a far less beautiful sight if this were one of our many stops. But this one stood out due to it being our last of the bunch. Both Waymon and I are extremely excited, which boosted our spirits for the last tour. I would miss the camels and Ali's talk of his "bland home life" and "angsty teenage kids," but unfortunately hearing of ...
WOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!! LAST CITY!! Home sweet home come soon enough. I miss the internet, tv and the luxury of transportation from cars all those things that did not exist during this time period. Here in this time frame your transportation was either a pack animal or you go buy boat and it was no cruise like present day, TRUST ME. To reach Cordoba in time we would have to take a boat amongst other sailors and merchants ...
As I get further away from my experience growing up in Las Vegas, a lot of the details seem to be fading. However, there are some unique things about Las Vegas and Northern New Mexico that are embedded and hard to forget. They range from the engrained draw of roasted piņon nuts, to more complex mannerisms like the slight head check when acknowledging the presence of a
friend or not friend, or the use of the word orale. Regardless, there are a ...
Yesterday we met a couple who have been living in a motorhome permanently for 14 years, just travelling Europe. They sold their 8 bedroom farmhouse in the UK years ago. Last year they decided go and live in one of their investment properties, a flat. Said they were in it two weeks and got back on the road with the motorhome.
Hi everyone, Burrrr, what a cold morning, I woke up to the 34 Degree F weather this morning. After a quick breakfast, I head off to the Mazquida early to avoid the massive crowd. As soon as the main gate opened, I found out its closed til 3 pm, today for some Immaculate festivities, bummer, I waited around a bit, read my Rick Steve's guide then climb the bell tower to the highest point. The bell tower guide took us to the mid level, ...