Hotel de los Faroles
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... and 16 hours until my flight home (my best friend reminds me every 5 minutes, she's counting down). I have mixed feelings. I will be happy to escape the inferno that is Cordoba, and I miss my family and friends so much that it hurts. I even miss my school. However, I am still so thankful to have this amazing experience, meeting new people, and i know that as soon as im back in my Canadian civics class, i will miss spain more than ever!
... C cathedral plopped right in the center of it! The Mezquita truly has to be seen to be believed, with 850+ red and blue columns topped with double arches of red and white stone, all symmetrical, so everywhere you look you see the graceful lines of the cavernous room. The Mihrab, although small, is richly decorated, and the acoustics are such that the imam could read ...
... any such exclamation, yes, I know that Andalusian Spanish is different, fast and not recommended for beginners..........but the place you are also has to be the place you'd like to be if you undertake a move for this purpose. So.....and anyway I'm not adverse to making life difficult for myself unnecessarily...... Right then. Fresh after a day of browsing round the exceptional monuments in the ancient part of this ...
Well, I have reached the end nearly. My travels have taken me through 2 continents relatively thoroughly. Many countries-I don't even care to count. I have written and pontificated about nearly everything in my brain. Solo traveling is good for that.
And now it feels like the end. Cathedrals and Roman bridges no longer seem to inspire me. I grow tired of tapas. There is a risk of going "travel crazy" simply blazing on into oblivion, ...
... get off at and also a list with info on all the local sites. I arrived easily at my hostal (which is more like a hotel than a hostel) where I had my own room, bathroom and big white fluffy towels - backpacking luxuries! I soon headed out to a restaurant recommended by the front desk for something to eat. The food was really good, but as with almost everything in Espana, it's a mystery as to what ...