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... of my friends who’ve had children have had big issues
with how having kids has changed their lives in a negative way, but Jesus and
Mariangeles are a lot more open about it than most. Gone are the days when they
can take months of from work on unpaid leave to travel around in Asia,
something they did on multiple occasions and not just the Silk Road trip from
which I know them.
The scenery opened up somewhat to grassy meadows ...
... guide gave us some fascinating insights into buildings we'd already seen. Like, can you believe the royal place has 3000 rooms inside!
And despite that, people still live in the streets round here in cardboard box cabins!! Go figure.
Viva la revolucion!
The Palace was actually closed to the public today not coz of any royal presence but coz the Spanish president was in town which probably explained the impressive airforce flyover we'd partly been ...
... Actually Sue and Joan saw mold in their room. Good thing none of us have issues. (update - the next day Sue had a red rash under both of her eyes from the mold!)
Things I forgot: Cordoba’s patron saint is St. Rafael so many children are named that or Rafaela.
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
So this a.m. Joan and Sue took the optional excursion to the Alcacar Moorish Palace, so Peggy & I got to sleep in a bit. Our tour guide set our wake up ...
Breakfast in the hotel including donuts for nicky.
Headed to the gym which was randomly located in Salamanca an up market shopping area. Took the metro home.
After lunch at juan y juan we hit the shops. Started off at el corte ingles where nicky tried on some cute nikes from e girls section. Howie was eying off some beautiful Hugo boss ankle boots but at 280 euro they seemed a bit exxie.
Headed to Salamanca ...
... tried in Plaza Mayor and then paraded around the square before being executed. Bleachers were installed for the many spectators and the wealthier citizens purchased balconies from which to watch the action. The square is now very touristy and packed with overpriced restaurants and cafes. We only spent a few minutes there to appreciate the beauty and history, but didn't linger too long. Just behind Plaza Mayor, we had lunch at the Mercado de San Miguel. Once ...