La Posada Del Molino
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... we presented to the bus driver. We asked "this bus stops in Cordoba, right?" in Alan’s finest Spanish. The driver waved us in, “Si, Si, Si”, he hissed, then took the last puff off his cigarette and followed us onboard. As we approached half way, we stopped for a cigarette/bathroom/snack break. At this point, we got a new driver. Uh, oh.
As we approached Cordoba Alan was following the route on his GPS. We didn’t ...
... as possible, you take your knife and make shallow cuts on the bread so that the toppings soak in better. Then drizzle with a healthy amount of olive oil, speak the tomato on top and finish with a sprinkle of salt. It is tasty! We got all of that for about four euros!
After breakfast we perused a few more shops. I had been on the lookout for a nice leather bag and there was a shop we saw the day before that I wanted to go ...
... town to the Christians, the invaders decided that the mosque was so well designed that they recommended to the King that the church be built inside the existing building, and so it came to pass - as they used to say. It was also interesting to find out that recent archeological excavations within the mosque have confirmed that the mosque was originally built on top of a very old cathedral. In spite of these major changes in religion, ...
... up - we stayed on it the entire route! Once done we had to have something to drink and to eat, but unfortunately our needs took over our good judgement and we ended up in a tourist-trap like restaurant (full of spaniards, but bad anyhow) on a large square in the centre. On our small walk back to the hotel, we discovered Casa Pepe where we had the second best dinner, so far, on our journey later in the evening (on the terrace situated on top of the restaurant - ...
... an hour into our journey, the navigation system began reporting its battery was low. It was plugged in to the car’s power source, but it wasn’t charging for some reason. At the same time we spotted a castle on top of a hill. We decided to schedule an extra stop. Andrew tried to figure out what was wrong with the navigation system while the rest of us admired the castle. We couldn’t go inside because it was closed (siesta time), but the hilltop gave ...