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We didn't do much today as our train leaves Cordoba around 11 to go back home. We did enjoy a very Spanish breakfast which was wonderful- cafe, orange juice for the kids, and toast. Now this isn't just any toast. They use a yummy wide roll sliced in half and perfectly toasted. On the side, instead of butter and jam, you get a small bowl of puréed fresh tomatoes along with a bottle of olive oil and dish of salt. To get as ...
... Bodegas Campos restaurant mentioned in the Rick Steve's guide. During a short siesta at the hotel while it was raining we found out that someone had used one of our credit cards to rack up about $700 before the fraud team at the bank got suspicious, and refused to pay a pending payment of another $800 and sent us an email. We spent about an hour dealing with this stuff. Thank goodness for Skype. Hopefully, this will put a stop to the ...
... duly found this car park, took our ticket and entered. There were lots of cars parked and some buses. We were unsure about taking up a bus space, but as we drove around a man in a 'Ciudad Merida' hi-vis vest came over and made it very clear' No caravans, no autocaravanes!! only bus and car! I showed him the Aires book, but he just waved ,no,no,no and pointed and shouted 'salida' - EXIT! I ...
dont get too excited, i havent gone on a big trip and there aren't any super elaborate pictures. not in this entry. this entry is going to be a description of my life in spain. just regular, day to day suff. Well, regular here.
so, this is a typical wednesday for me:
0630: My iphone wakes me up playing a happy, peppy, energizing morning jam.
0631: i shut my iphone up and go back to sleep
0645: iphone ...
... we happened upon a late night parade where a huge 'float' with a statue of Mary surrounded by silver chalices, insence burners, candles, flowers and finery was being carried to the cathedral, led by a marching band and surrounded by hundreds of people. We followed the crowd and gained entrance to a glorious church where, amidst the hushed, reverent crowd, Koen could ...