La Posada Del Molino
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... old Jewish quarter and winding narrow streets. I tried a Local tapas place and did some people watch. I was very hungry by the time food arrived since I have not eat anything since breakfast. Then I took a walk in the old town and wondered around the old walls of Mezquida until I reached the southern end so I cross the Roman bridge and wow good timing, the sun is now setting which created an ...
... museums for pottery and wine.
On our way down the hill, we stopped for lunch at a theme-park Don Quichote restaurant with a very jovial host who kept us entertained while we enjoyed the fresh mountain air and the sight of the romantic windmills against the blue sky. We had the most delightful entrée of slices of fresh sheep cheese and olives.
Then, it was on to Córdoba, home to Europe's second-largest Old Town where we would overnight. This UNESCO World Heritage ...
... but, of course, entirely in Spanish, with every priest from the diocese in attendance and the most long winded homily ever given. I think since the priest was sitting while giving the homily, he just kept on going because its not like he was getting tired of standing up. Poor Sheridan's first activity with us is to attend an almost two hour mass where I can't even explain to her what's going on because it's in Spanish. She was a good sport and the ...
... grapes. Actually, olive oil labeled as "Italian" generally comes from Spain and is labeled Italian because it is easier to market. So the next time you think you're buying "Italian" olive oil, it probably came from Spain. Italy doesn't have many olive farms, but they do grow grapes for wine.
Wine in Spain is cheap and delicious! You can get a bottle of wine for 1€ to mix when cooking or drink as a tinto de verano (wine with lemon soda or ...
... up all four walls like ivy. The inside of the Palace seemed nice but we were only allowed entry on a tour which sped through very quickly so we couldn't linger to look at all the old trinkets.
Revisiting the Mosque was great, it was packed at first but once the tour groups left it was awesome to be in that space practically alone. There's a dramatic difference between the original Mosque areas and the area that was modified with the huge cathedral. The mosque areas are darker ...