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Cordoba, Spain is a magical and beautiful city that has been one of my favorites in Spain. Cordoba is known for the very decorative and vibrant flower displays on the balconies and around town, and they are amazing to see. In May there is a competition where everyone decorates their patios with flowers and a winner is chosen, I did not get to experience this but I imagine it is very impressive. Theere is a street in Cordoba, ...
... and we have had a lot to see and do, but somehow I'm glad to say that everything has fallen into place. A little whimper just came out of the sleeping beauty beside me. Time to go. I need to review what we are going to see and do in Toledo before we set off. ... It's now 2.12 pm and we are sitting in a McDonalds on the outskirts of Madrid because our google map disappeared on both the iPhone and iPad. We had to stop to get wifi access here at McDonalds in order to get our ...
... When we got back we went to Irene's family's home for lunch. Her father made paella. Her uncle showed Robin some of his inlay work for the guitars he makes.
We did a bit more sightseeing on our own. The Sephardic museum and the tower. Finally a couple more plazas.
... you can see the ornate decorations and Arabic inscriptions above golden coloured doors. Tip - the cathedral is free to enter from 8:30am to 9:20am. If you intend to visit outside of these hours you will need to pay 7 euros. We of course on a budget took the 'free' option and woke up a little earlier to visit this unique structure.
2. Walks through the town - almost all streets in the old town are cobbled and are very narrow. The main purpose of ...
... each, not so bad given our amusement. Imogen and I had both considered that we might have to pay but also thought that we might just be dealing with some funny old lady; naive Australians! Arriving into the city we soon realised these gypsies were out in force for the day, we had learnt our lesson but they became quite pushy trying to get you cornered on the edge of the street.
We wound our way to Arranyas restaurant, ...