- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... when we should have zagged but eventually lunched off the Plaza del Potro at Museo de la Tapas y el Vino. The dufus waiter forgot the ham, Tried a red wine with lemon, a cool drink for the heat of the day. John chose the tapas. It was just enough [12E].
Back to the hotel to freshen up and get the blog drafted for today. At 1730, went out for a short walk to cross the Puente Romano over the Guadalquivir River and recross it over the Puente de Miraflores, returning to ...
... from Denver to JFK airport to catch our red-eye flight into Madrid. We had a 7-hour layover in the JFK aiport, but after landing into the JFK Airport, we discovered that the flight was delayed another hour....ugh. Eventually we got onto the flight and we were on our way to Spain.
I don't know how people can sleep on airplanes. I tend to toss and turn on any plane, and on this particular flight, the light glaring from the work station kept me from ...
... when i speak because apparently i have this endearing "accent". To me, it honestly sounds like im just mimicking their words, but apparently thats not the case and i sound funny. But they think its cute and they understand me, so alls good.
Everything else is good Cordoba is a bit of an oven, and i feel a slight melting sensation every time i walk out the door. Today, it was 38 degrees in the shade, and every mental picture I've ever painted of hell, was displayed ...
... on. Other traffic has now declined to the point of being non-existent. It seems that drivers in this part of Spain observe a siesta and it's only the mad English who are still on the move at 2.30pm.
Almaden turns out to be a mining town. It's one of the biggest sources of mercury in the world. The mines were originally opened in the 16th century and prospered for a long time through the use of convict and slave labour. They were closed in 2000 and now there's a mining ...
This week, I got a letter from one of my good friends, Mindy Porter. It was such a happy surprise. People have been getting packages in the mail of food and such, but this was such a heartfelt gift, that made me feel special. In her letter to me, she said being around old architecture that's thousands of years old made her feel small and God feel big. I can't really think of something more perfect to compare it to.
I have had such a great ...