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... packed up!
Sifting through our clothes and other belongings and figuring out what will go with us for the next 5-6 months was a challenge. It is AMAZING how much space your things take up when you start creating a pile of what you think is a minimum of clothes to bring, shoes, and other things needed for travel.
Imagine how tough it would be if you were given a large back pack and a day bag and told to pack for 6 months and everything had to fit ...
... to each other. It's like they don't understand the purpose of having two separate beds instead of one giant bed. So, capitalizing on the situation, we just decided to keep the beds how they were and squeeze everybody on. Sunday, we took a tour of the Cathedral, specifically the Royal Chapel. As I said before, Granada was the last city to be taken by the Catholic Kings. It was conquered by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabel, who also financed Columbus' voyage to the New World. Both ...
... Hispania under the Romans and the Islamic caliphate under the Moors (Qurtubah). The city teems with famous birthplaces, historic areas, and wonderful architecture. All these make Cordoba a beautiful stay for any person interested in history and culture. Cordoba is also an amazing example of Islamic-Christian architecture, puncuated in the famous Mezquita.
... and tasted even better. (Chip if you are reading I did get recipes for Mazamorra, Castilla conyitada, and crugiente de someting with pure de potatos). I did get a free sample of sherry which is common to the area. I really did not care for that.
So, another wonderful day. i am resting now and at 11pm we are going to see some flamenco singers at a bar near the flat.
Love to All.
... we found someone selling churros for really cheap. I got a bag full of them for around a euro. It was a great purchase and served as a good morning snack. Churros with chocolate is a very common desert/snack in Spain. I like it a lot and eat it as often as I can. These churros were fresh, so they were even better than normal.
When we reached the center of the city we all agreed that we were still pretty hungry. We decided to stop in a tapas restaurant. Tapas ...