Eurostars Ciudad de Cordoba
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... now. We walked from the bus station to the apartment to soak up the city. It was about a 30 minute walk, and we walked down Fuencarral Street, one of Madrid's main shopping streets right around the corner from the apartment. It's now 7.19 pm. Elena has gone out for the night, and Puddie and I are having a well earned sit down and relax. Pudd's in the potato crisps, and I've poorer us both a drink - Baileys for me and scotch and coke for Pudd. Soon we will head out for a Friday ...
... to assorted saints). The result is a breathtakingly beautiful, if occasionally disorienting, religious structure that continues to function as the city's cathedral.
The interior really is awe-inspiring; we both audibly gasped when we first stepped in. Photos don't do justice to its size and imposing grandeur, but Dennis did his best with our little point-and-shoot. It's so big that I was completely lost and turned around inside--it's kind ...
... it, it is worth every penny.
So Cordoba. Where this entry is dedicated to. Me encanta Crodoba. It is absolutely beautiful. It hits the perfect mix between modernism and old town. In the old town, the buildings are short, the roads small, and the people quaint. You can tell it was originally designed to walk through, not to drive through. Everything is right around the corner, and the luscious greenery ...
... huge and heavy and I figured that by the time I bought it and shipped it home it would cost a lot more than I’m willing to spend on a board game whose quality is unknown. Boo.
On the way to and from Viana we saw all sorts of San Andrés things (a church, a street, a bar, a movie theatre). Andrew used the opportunity to take all sorts of pictures and mention (multiple times) that he’s named after a guy who’s on churches and movie theatres, and I’m ...
... on a cliff overlooking a steep valley. It's famous for its hanging balconies. Three level houses built in the 15th century have balconies that hang over the cliff. Rather unnerving. You can't help but imagine a misadventure after a night of frivolity. The houses have a UNESCO listing.
Can't finish without a gastronomy input. The best paella we've had so far was made by an English woman. The worst by a Spaniard. Restaurants are a bit of a hit and ...