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... getting completely and utterly lost and thankfully ending up in the Piazza where we'd started.
A good night's sleep disturbed only by traffic, the dawn chorus, a brace of helicopters joy-riding over our head and various "snorers" nearby had us ready to resume. As we needed to get away fairly promptly for our next venture, I said that instead of wasting time catching the bus in and out, I'd drive in. So we asked ...
... to get tapas and had a good time. Nothing too eventful
May 29: Today after classes and quizzes, Edith took us to see the Great Gatsby in Spanish. It was incredible. I had been excited to see the movie but I didn't expect to see it for the first time in Spain! Leonardo DiCaprio is not as sexy in a dubbed Spanish voice...
May 30: Classes ended early today because Thurs and Friday there are usually no classes on the week of the ...
Day 17 - Saturday 14th July – Cordoba. We walked to the Plaza del Torros (City Bullring) this morning, not really worth the trip as it was modern in style and all closed up. So we consoled ourselves with a "cappuccino con nata" this is a shot of coffee with aerated cream squirted about 4 inches high over the top of the cup and dusted in cocoa. Looks impressive but the coffee is ...
... I think is amazing is when the Christian Spanish King took control of Cordoba in the 15th century he used his fore site not to destroy the mosque by turning the entire space into a church thereby preserving a huge (pardon the pun) historical site. The Cathedral does have a bell tower. The current one is built over the old minaret and has added two additional structures over the years. The ...
... disharmony. There’s a bustle in the streets and a palpable sense of enterprise, where even in the most unprepossessing of cafes people are sitting down and thrashing out deals. But the Western lifestyle relies on a lot of air conditioning and on basic foods shipped or air-freighted from afar, such as vegetables and milk from Australia or the USA.
From Singapore we flew onto London Heathrow and spent a few days with family just outside Oxford on the edge ...