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... discovered the Zumo machine!
Those clever Spaniards! Actually I have no idea who invented this machine, but Spain, I’m sure, has a corner on the market because these things are in every little market and restaurant!
Imagine this – a slot for whole oranges to go into – kinda like a when you feed baseballs into a hitting machine – the oranges fall down, one by one, onto a guillotine where they are swiftly cut ...
Early in the morning the train travelled from Granada to Linares-Baeza. The first time we took this tour this area was not included. Instead we had toured Malaga. We first visited and olive oil Museum which was fascinating. We saw several of the 60+ varieties of olive trees that grow in the region. This time we were a group of ten, eight English ...
... I am amazed that this structure is still standing and both sections respected (although it is forbidden for Muslims to worship here) architecturally and historically.
From here we crossed through another of the three remaining gates, back over the bridge on Guadalquivir River and looked back for a beautiful view of the bridge, gates and historic city of Cordoba.
Off to Sevilla.
... prior to visitor hours, as it is a church they cannot strictly refuse your entry if you observe silence; you are however asked to leave just prior to 9.30am when they prepare for the tourists. The Alcazar fortress itself did not offer a lot to see, the large gardens were however very peaceful and pretty to walk through.
Before the day got too hot we walked the Juderia, the medieval Jewish quarter; a maze of small ...
... throw it away. Those that don't die and are calm they actually send to farms to breed with cows, it seemed kinda nice. So I tried to see it differently, more of an art then anything. I still think its sad and that they are partially tortured but he did justify it better than anyone. Plus he got us free drinks :) Its also part of his culture and a huge tradition in his family. They passed the skills down from generation to generation his father ...