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Anyway, once out of the shops we went back the long way through the suburbs passing church after church and park after park. At every turn we seemed to find something interesting to look at, the highlight being a bunch of vending machines offering all manner of things from sex dice to cheeseburgers. We ended up walking for about 2 hours before getting back just before it got dark around ...
... the river to the fairgrounds. The fair was absolutely fabulous. It pains me to cheat on the Arlington County Fair, but this one was way, way better. The city imports a miniature amusement park, complete with a gigantic midway, two Ferris wheels, two decent roller coasters, a Roman Rapids/log flume combo ride and various thrill rides plucked straight from a theme park. There were hundreds of tents showcasing cultural demonstrations, ...
2200: watch tv/ read/ talk with family/shower/look out my window and people watch
2330: go to sleep
on weekends, we see th family or see sights. Every saturday, we have lunch at Pacos mothers condo, with Anas cousins and aunt and uncle. She's a great cook.
sundays we see the city, friends, or do whatever we want.
its really fun, and i am having a good time :) '
... and has a 16th century renaissance church right in the middle of it! The drive to Cordoba was relatively straight forward on the Iberian freeway, and after a good 2 hours of driving, we reached our accommodation at about 2:15PM, and checked in promptly at the Apartamentos Patio de Viana. We then had a ****** lunch at a dumpy looking café, where the waiter/owner couldn't speak a word of English, which made the ...
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Cordoba has an annual festival held in early May called the Patio Festival. During this festival some 40-50 homes open up their patios to public viewing when geraniums, carnations, roses etc are in full bloom. Apparently it is one of the biggest events in the city. We were of course not able to visit all these houses and the Museum was our best chance to see something of what it might have been like. We did get ...