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... merchant ' s daughter who I met last year . She was so interested in my journey and so surprised why I can read books . But I didn't answer her question . She has typical Andalusia girls ' looking and Moorish eyes . I am so exciting that I will see her soon but I am afraid that she may forget me ...
October 14, 2013 sunny
What a wind!
When I stood on
an ancient wall with the wind of levanter
blowing my face, I couldn't stop myself from wondering at what I felt.
I am paying a
visit to Andalusia, which is at the border between the Spain and the Africa.
The wind here is extremely different from any other one ---- it combine the
fantastic scene in the plain as well as the odor from desert.
... the day before. Some things were open though, so we went to see one of the three synagogues left in Spain.
Thursday afternoon we packed up and headed to Sevilla where we’d spend two nights. We had some delicious meals in Sevilla and had a fun filled few days. We visited the incredible Cathedral, where Christopher Columbus is buried. We also climbed to the top of the cathedral for beautiful views of the entire city. It was interesting ...
... went to mass in a little church. After mass I went back home and ate a quick lunch because I had received a call from Dad saying that they had finally arrived in Córdoba! I ran to the AC Córdoba Palacio hotel, very close to my house, where they were staying for Sunday night. When I arrived at room 525 I was so excited to see my family in Spain! We relaxed a little bit after all of their traveling, little did we know how much they would need that little bit of rest. We went for ...
HE SAID: 2.5 hours by train and we arrived in Seville. Our hotel reminded me of the Medina in Morocco where the cab drivers can never take you to the front door of the hotel. They simply drop you off on a street that cars are unable to go down and point to the direction for us to walk. We knew from before that we would be lucky if in fact we were dropped off at the right ...