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... the Spanish Square and some notable buildings. Just time for some happy snappies but just what we wanted so as not to leave what looks like a fascinating city without at least pretending to look at it. Our hotel was called the Catalonia and I was surprised to see so many Catalonia flags and so few Spanish ones.It's a hot issue and has been for ages. They even have Catalonian flags and independent Catalonian flags. Small but important and quite passionate ...
... of the church of San Pedro near Cordoba had been having visions regarding the archangel Raphael for years and secretly writing about them. When he prayed to God for the relief of the city, the angel showed himself to Roelas once more and promised that no more death would come. Miraculously, or not, the plague stopped. About that time the priest brought out his writings and the town went on a building spree to honor Raphael – 24 statues, an ...
... credit card without charging me. She just smiled and gave it back to me...maybe the first ticket is free? No clue. The train was just like being on a low flying airplane. There was a hostess, beverage service and spotless with leather seats and that was 2nd class!
Walked around this afternoon and there re so many photo ops. Tomorrow is Andalusia Day so there is a big parade with horses I was told. A few photos today and a lot more to come. For now, Adventure Barbie ...
Packed and ready to go by breaky and Karen is woken by 9.45 to guide us. David farewells us, the rest of the family having a Saturday sleep in no doubt and looking forward to 12 week holiday routine anyway. If you had the time, you would stay here much longer. Emma had told us that the drive between Granada and Cordoba would be pretty. She is so on the mark! Fields of cut and bailed summer crop are replaced with tens ...
... 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 ...