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... hedgerows. Passing through La Mancha area we stopped at a little town that Don Quijote frequented, then crossed a major mountain range with grazing cattle. This lead us into thousands of acres of wall to wall olives, the only other vegetation being oleander bushes used to separate the freeway lanes. As we approached Cordoba the soil became black and heavy as did the stubbles and crops of sunflower and corn. At Cordoba we toured the Mezquita, a unique religious ...
... very good food in Andalusia. If you pay 7 to 10 Euros you’re
likely to get skimpy portions of dishes that aren’t all that good. In
Antequera, though, I had a basic 8 Euro lunch with a main course of Estofada de
Cerdo con Tomillo (Pork Stew with Thyme) that was to-die-for flavorwise.
Particularly in Seville where I found the food to be very
good, a tapa on the menu might be a significant piece of meat, such as Lomo de
Cerdo (pork loin) ...
... it was something more serious when I saw the amount of pain Eric was in and our inability to get his fever down. After a trip to the farmacia, things seemed a little better with some medication. But sure enough a few hours later it seemed like Eric had only gotten worse. By this time it was 10:30pm the night of my birthday, when Eric finally agreed to go to the emergency room in Granada (What is it with men and doctors? Do they have to be dying before ...
... in the car that they could steal so that was good.
So today we went to the cathedral, it is the 3rd biggest church in the world and it was massive.
There was like all separate little churches beside each other.
We went to the skate park and there was two right next to each other so I rode both it was awesome fun.
That night we went to a flamingo dance and I didn't really want to see it but it was good ...
... we started with a long walk along the beach, followed by some reading on the beach. When we'd had enough of that, we walked further along the beach to a restaurant known for its excellent paella--I'd been so excited about eating paella in Spain, but didn't want to be disappointed with potentially bad paella, so we held out until our last day in Spain to finally order some delicious, authentic paella, at an outdoor table overlooking the beach. With sangria, it was ...