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... an "authentic" old Andalusian home. It was very beautiful. Lots of greenery in the internal courtyard, beautiful tiles and decorations. Of course you can't visit Cordoba without going to the Alcazar (Castle). Beautiful views of the city from the towers and a lovely orangerie and gardens. There is also a collection of Roman mosaics that have been moved there from some other site and placed on the walls.
The evening train to Granada was uneventful, ...
My week in Barcelona July 25- August 2 was full of social
connections, the falling away of one, and the addition of several others. I
landed in an uncomfortable spot to say the least, and by Monday had moved to
not only a place I could settle into, but I also found a new friendship. Belen
is spiritually based therapist who shares my views and the language of emotion,
and she has a command of the English language, so we could ...
... sitting next to me who it turned out was an ER physician practicing in the United Arib Emirates. His advise on medical school was to get down anatomy, physiology, and pathology and I would do just fine. We’ll see if he’s right.
I had my hostel room all to myself when I arrived back in the afternoon so decided that I would get a bit of laundry done so that I could stop wearing my underwear inside out. I ...
... century. The Nasrid Palaces is an amazing collection of superb indoor and outdoor spaces that epitomizes the art of sensuality, perfect proportions, and intricate use of flowing water. It is connected to the Generalife Gardens (the name means Koranic paradise), a most romantic series of formal gardens with dancing fountains, elegant courtyards, and fabulous vistas. Some modern touches have been added to the gardens in the form of ...
... coast. South of Barcelona is the Costa Dorado and near Valencia the Orange Blossom Coast. When we got to Alicante on the Costa Brava we headed inland across more arid land with almond trees and then into desert. We stopped for lunch near Lorca at La Parada another cafeteria type restaurant. I had bread and salad, Larry had a beef stew and carrots dish and Derek had chicken with rice.
When we started off again Raymond had a ...