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... walking I saw an open door and looked in and the man in there said come on in, it's a museum. What a find! It was the artist's home and besides his work, another artist's work was on display also. I've added some pictures of it. It smelled so good in the garden and the man told me what the bush was but he only knew the Spanish word for it, however, I found out on the Alhambra tour it was myrtle...such a nice fragrance.
After that tour, we had a tapas lunch and ...
When I finally made it to Madrid on a Sunday morning, I could not have been happier. Although I was weighed down with 85% of my baggage, I was in a city with functioning buses, trains and the streets were booming. Last time I was in Madrid I did not have the same feeling as I did when I arrived this time. I think it was more of a culture/life shock the last time, but when I got on the bus, which had free WIFI!!, and then on the train, I was so content. I was so ready to be where I ...
... Abraham connections in the States.
He has sweet, generous energy, and I am enjoying our uplifting talks. I am so grateful that he offered to keep
some luggage for the week…I can’t believe I got rid of so much and I am still
dealing with too much.
All trains to Granada were sold out for the coming week. So
I paid the extra for a short flight, and landed in an enchanting small town
overrun by tourists. The first day ...
... I do hope this tradition never disappears.
As well as the festival, we also had time to visit the Alcazar as well as the mesmerising mezquita and wonder through some of the rest of the old town with its Roman and Moorish heritage. The Alcazar, whilst not as impressive as Seville’s Alcazar has a lovely terraced garden, and great views of the city, river and Roman bridge from its towers. Most impressive though is the Mezqiuta. Its foundations are built over the ...
... the city in the 13th century. The complex is an amazing mix of Islamic and Christian architecture. From the outside, the gardens have many Islamic features and when you first enter the mosque-cathedral, you see rows of double arches and marble columns in the prayer hall. So when you come upon the cathedral built within the mosque, it takes you by surprise. So unusual!
Cordoba is also home to the Royal Stables of Andalucia so we ...