Hesperia Sant Joan
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... take over. The grand pipe organ was in the center, surrounded by dark wood carvings and seats. The Mezquita exemplified the combined Moorish and Roman cultures. To me, a lot of what creates Andalusia's bohemian-esque aesthetic is this combination of cultures. The east meets west, in a way...
Our last night in Cordoba, we ate at Bodega Campos before making our way to the Flamenco show across from the mezquita. Timea did her research ...
... is zero degress outside. So after breakfast we get to find out that is it pretty cold. We head down past the marina to the beach. By now it has warmed up a bit as long as your in the sun. The beach is ok, nothing special. Lots of people walking the boardwalk. Next its back into the old town which is really a maize of interesting and narrow streets. Some very interesting shops from a guy selling globes of the world to some French perfume shops where ...
Question: You have fewer than 24 hours in one of the most interesting cities in the world. What do you do? Answer: split from the group and do exactly what you want to do. A day as a solo traveller was a nice change of pace. I chose to visit the Sagrada Familia. How luxurious not to have to keep ...
... L and B now live in a sprawling 200-year-old stone house near Bayeux, the sight of which drew gasps from Avi and me as we approached it - after our tiny no-room-to-swing-a-cat chambre in Paris, this was a veritable castle! The bathroom alone was bigger than our entire flat in Paris! But more important than the house was simply being in the company of good friends I hadn't seen in far too long. The weekend was like a scene out of one of those French movies ...
... art museum. Excellent temporary exhibitions feature everything from mixed media to sculpture and photography.
2. Centre de Cultura ContemporÓnia & Foment de les Arts Decoratives--Housed in the 18th-century Casa de la Caritat, the CCCB is a focal point for the city’s thriving contemporary arts scene. It hosts innovative art exhibitions, lectures, film screenings and more, including multimedia and technology fairs during the popular Festival del ...