Petit Palace Embassy
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... through a viewing well in the floor of the mosque). Then the Christians reconquered Spain from the Muslims, and once again the building changed hands. Now, in most places where the Christians took over, they simply destroyed the mosques (and synagogues) and replaced them with churches. But not so here. In Córdoba they left most of the mosque intact and simply built the cathedral inside it! "Oh, hey, don't mind us – we'll just knock out a few columns in ...
... 18px; text-align: left; ">At the top of the facade, the roof is in the shape of an animal’s back with large iridescent scales. The spine which forms the ornamental top is composed of huge spherical pieces of masonry in colours which change as you move along the roof-tree from one end to the other.
This guy is a literal genius, I'm telling you.
After Gaudi, we walked around Barcelona for the last time. We passed a ...
... have a train to catch. I was considering getting the 10-trip card (no time limit) but they tacked on a tariff for taking it from the airport station and it ended up over 15 EURO, which made it basically not worth it (cheaper to buy all the tickets individually). If I run out of time on my 24-hour pass I can always walk.
Transferred to line 4 with no issues. It was actually super easy. Go up the escalator (it's the only way out). Arrive at line 4! I ...
... We got back slightly late, at 3:20. It's so depressing thinking I should have been leaving school then, although it never crossed my mind until now that I shouldn't even be at school. Last period was a study, so I went and sat with Belén and Ramon whilst Nat dealt with other people's dramas after a very public meltdown. There's quite a few awkward moments with the whole language barrier. 'Seventeen' sounds like 'concrete' (despite the fact that to us they are ...
... Bosch, Titian, Tintoretto, Raphael and some other artists who were new to us but really caught our imagination. Feeling quite hungry we realised that we had been wandering around for over 5 hrs. We probably gave this our best mark for art collections (of those we had seen). In an arty mood we also visited the ...