Eurostars Ciudad de Cordoba
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... s call them] knuckles of meat, plus taters. The gravy was savoury. One beer to wash it all down [23E].
The la de da crowd [about half] went off to the flamenco dancing. The dancers were apparently first rate but attending would have put me miles behind with the blog. The Boys discussed music over the last 50 years.
John wanted an immediate ice cream and raved about the cinnamon flavour especially. We stumbled with our dubious sense of direction back ...
... a couple of mouthfuls. Steven knew immediately how I felt about this dish and kindly took one for the team eating it all himself and giving me the fish instead. Steve said his Mum used to make something similar when he was young so he quite enjoyed it (although he did say it wasn't as good as him Mum's).
Desert was French toast which neither of us wanted to eat it because we didn't want it to be over. So ...
... 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 ...
... ship two stops too early...more walking. It went smoothly at the car rental and we were on our way. No problems getting out of Seville, and the hour and a half drive to Cordoba was comfortable and scenic. It was mainly farmland, complete with stately haciendas, numerous olive groves and a few olive oil manufacturing buildings. Our troubles began as we entered Cordoba. You see, there was ...
... the future.
From there we dined on tapas and beer before heading back to the artisan market. On the way we came upon the Gallery of the Inquisition which we could not resist. This was not quite what we expected and showed all the devices that were used by the Spanish Inquisition to torture those Jews and Muslims who were thought to have not really converted to Christianity as required. One has to wonder about the people ...