Tryp Cordoba Hotel
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... for some great vanilla tea, Arabic coffee, Hot Chocolate and some Kebabs and Humus.
We grabbed the 6:15 train back to Seville and went for, yes some Tapa's at 5J (cinqo Jotas) Tapa bar close to our flat then hit a Hooka lounge (inspired by the Arab teahouse of earlier in the day) and then Dev and Nigel went to the Buddaka Night club they didnt get home till 4:00 am...ouch.
Note: this is part of a longer itinerary. I decided to make each city into a separate entry.
We hopped on the high speed train from Barcelona to Madrid. We were only there for the night since we had to meet our group the next morning and start our four day visit to Andalusia. We had two days in Madrid on the way back.
In the morning, we met our group and began our drive south to Cordoba. Spain is fantastically diverse due to ...
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so I've made it half way through a week at school! yaay! the language barrier is still prominent, but they are all so excited to practice their english on me that i still feel like a superstar. some people were more hesitant than others, but i think i broke the ice when i told the snooty english teacher that 2 of her examples were incorrect. she really loves me. luckily, i got my own timetable and now i just have classes with the other ...
... couple of kilometres and in any case I am not going to let some 2 bit GPS beat me. Gail refuses to be part of the contest and jumps out of the car. I inch forward and with all the skill of my 4 wheel driving experience I negotiate the ditch. First on 4 wheels, then 3. I throw my weight to one side, like sailing a boat, and finally get all tyres onto the black. The scratches are under-body (won't be seen to affect my excess), the stalks of corn are ...
... the future.
From there we dined on tapas and beer before heading back to the artisan market. On the way we came upon the Gallery of the Inquisition which we could not resist. This was not quite what we expected and showed all the devices that were used by the Spanish Inquisition to torture those Jews and Muslims who were thought to have not really converted to Christianity as required. One has to wonder about the people ...