Hotel Casa del Capitel Nazari
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... dropping in at La Fortuna, more a neighbourhood bar. Had a red wine with lemon, wine going going easier than beer today. John ordered some ham or jamon and the waitress forgot utensils but said it was better with the fingers. It was.
By this time it was 1915 so we scurried to find the Sultan Restaurant off of Plaza Nueva. Sat with Diego + Jennie plus Colin + Mimi. Trekking was a subject of some interest but really I just
wanted to ...
... inside it. A pretty magnificent mosque (it is in essence a mosque). Extended over time. So interesting. If you are going, it is worth getting the audio guide, you don't have to listen to all of it, but it gives some really good historical insight.
After a siesta (of course), we headed into town for some dinner... it was not spectacular, there is nothing to report here. But Cordoba looks a little like a quiet Vegas by night... well this tiny bit of ...
... dancing the way she was. Next up was a skinny long haired man who was so passionate about Flamenco you could see it in his facial expressions as he danced. It looked like he was pushing out a **** but not a painful one; you know those really enjoyable long winding ones. Last but not least was the elderly woman who looked like she was only days away from the coffin. She wasn’t so much a dancer as a clickity clacker. She moved quite well especially for her age especially in a ...
... shops. How the smoke shops work is you pick your flavored tobacco of choice and they put it in one of the large haokah that is seated on one of the tables in the shop. Each table is usually surrounded by a semicircle couch with large fluffy pillows or just several chairs. Most of this part of town smells of incense and pachouli oil. It reminds me of hippies and pot smokers or some of my friends dorm rooms from college.
Speaking of hippies ...
... most only 2. We had a little debate on this when we were planning the trip. Each city is a worthy stop, each has something special to recommend it. But there will be a lot of hours in the car, lots of packing and unpacking. When you read travel stories about regular folks who've done long trips there seems to be a spectrum of fast vs slow travelers. The fast travelers are the ones who have a chapter at the end of the book called "Our trip by the numbers" or something ...