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Ba c lo a, that's bits of Barcelona because that's all we had time to see. Arriving late and departing early is not the way to see Barcelona. Our hotel is ideal. The private elevator to the top floor took us to our doorway. The elevator (or ascenda in Spanish) opened to a large airy room, very well appointed bathroom and a terrace big enough for us to party on. The staff there were delightful and very accommodating, helping us arrange a taxi tour of Barcelona prior to our ...
... Each half now falls flesh first onto the squisher after which the rind is tossed out of the machine. It takes 3 whole oranges to make about 8 ounces. It’s fresh, ambient temperature, slightly sour (no sugar or water is added) and fabulous. More please.
The town is a labyrinth of narrow roads and tiny lanes – some no bigger than a few feet wide – and there are plazas everywhere from minuscule to massive. My favorite ...
... 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 ...
... stone. It was like entering a candy cane forest.
It was rainy and cool as we exited the Mezquita, but cleared up shortly. We strolled across the Roman Bridge that crosses the Guadalquivir River to view the Mezquita from the other side. The foundations of this bridge have weathered the river flow for 2000 years! We explored the streets a bit more before heading back to the hotel ...
... of one of the provinces of the Roman Empire...later it was part of the Byzantine Empire...but majority of tourists come to Cordoba for its Moorish history...for over 400 years it was under Muslim rule (until captured in the 13th century by King Ferdinand III of Castile)...and during the early years of its Moorish past it was an advanced and prosperous city...it ...