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... with some pretty Art Nouveau buildings. We have seen both. As you enter the mosque from the orange and palm tree courtyard, you are immediately stuck by a room of red and white arches and blue columns (hundreds of them) topped by double arches (a round Romanesque arch topped with a horseshoe Visigothic arch) whose columns seem to melt into infinity. The low level lighting and low ceilings give it a an intimate atmosphere. The mosque stands on ...
... is sitting on top of the old (foundations) of the Roman Theatre. The excavations and descriptions are excellent. We had a slow lunch in a shady plaza and then Jaci and I spent the afternoon wandering through the old town. We also visited the synagogue and did some shopping. Dinner in a local restaurant in the old town was pleasant and included a lively (noisy!) Flamenco ...
... br> It was time for beers thereafter, this time getting some nibblies [well, for the first round]. It was too close to the rendezvous time of 1945 to do much else.
Elaine fretted that the procession timetable was off so we had to try to get around it to go to the Taberna Rafae for dinner. The Boys and Emma sat together [she seems to stay far away from the Beast]. Tried grilled mushrooms in garlic. It was a huge plate. The main was bull tail. There were ...
... 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 ...
... to distinguish from one architechural influence to the next! The city's main attraction is the world renowned mosque-cathedral called the Mezquita. From the outside the building doesn't look like much. We actually had to ask where to find the Mezquita when we were standing across the street from it! Where all other European churches we have seen were elaborately decorated on the outside, this building looked like a run-down warehouse in comparison. However, ...