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... in an apartment in the Old Town, which consists of small streets barely wide enough for a car. In the 10th century, Cordoba was the richest and most populated city in Europe, under Moorish rule. It is also one of the the hottest places in Spain, which was very apparent to the group. Cˇrdoba is where we first learned why and how to siesta :)
Wednesday morning we walked to the Mezquita de Cordoba, which was the most memorable monument ...
... all my water inside so I'm sure it will get handed into lost property! Who's gona want a soggy handbag! What a douche!!!
We then took a taxi to our temporary apartment and met the maintenance guy who let us in. It's quite a nice spacious maisonette, with open plan downstairs living area and an outside courtyard but we have a very unchild friendly marble staircase that goes to the bedrooms upstairs. Alfred ...
... each year to commemorate the Assumption. During the week of festivities that mark one of Barcelona's most important fiestas, the city of GrÓcia explodes with fun, excitement, color and fireworks. Many streets are decorated by the neighbours, live music, food in the street, and the parties continue all night.
• Festes de Sants. Similar to Gracia's event, but smaller and later on in August. If you can't go to the Gracia's, try to go to this festival ...
... have part of this day. Some interesting points about the city:
1. Known as one of the best beach cities by National Geographic, the beaches were not groomed nor used until 1992. These areas were industrial in nature prior to this date. It wasn’t until they built for the 1992 Olympics that they relocated some of their industry and created the recreational areas.
2. Thousands of people stroll the boulevard of La Rambla ...
... featuring fire-breathing dragons, devils and a whole pantheon of mythological creatures, on the streets of the Barrio G˛tico. People crowd the backstreets of the Gothic Quarter for this demonic event, which has been celebrated since medieval times. As the air around you fills with smoke, your ears assaulted by a tremendous din and a shower of pyrotechnics raining down and the devils do their snaking dance, it's a brutal assault on the ...