Parador de Cordoba
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... 8230; A room full of shiny artifacts from the Catholic era… little alcoves dedicated to patron saints from around the world. A shrine to the Virgen of Guadalupe, the patron virgen of Mexico brought back memories of my growing up years… Then there’s a cutaway in the floor, where you can see far below the mosaics of an ancient church which had existed before the mosque and was demolished by the Muslims. It’s another piece of this puzzle that I ...
... driver. John forgot and left his driver's license at home! We were very worried that they would gouge us for the oversight, but he had prepaid the entire amount......so we were lucky -- it all worked out. Plus, our friend Joan had advised us to get the English speaking GPS at a ridiculous daily rate. John was resistant at first, but I will tell all of you -- it has been ...
... I haven't found any better than hers yet! It usually includes chorizo, chicken or beef, shrimp, and artichoke, but you can put any kind of meat you like in there, just don't skip the chorizo!
Some of these dishes are fried and some seemingly not so healthy, but so far I don't think I've gained any weight. The difference could be in the way that they have meals. Lunch is the biggest meal of the day followed by a small dinner, sometimes just soup, ...
We took the metro to the train station this morning. The only way you can use the automated machines to buy train tickets is if you use there credit card. So we had to pull a number like the DMV and wait for them to call our name with only four people working. An hour later we get on the fast train to cordoba. The countryside is pretty with Olive groves everywhere. We arrived in town put ...
After a nice breakfast and timely boarding of the bus at 8:00 sharp, we were off to Córdoba. I wasn't sure what to expect, but both Fr. Joe and Carmen gave us plenty of talks on the way there to "clue us in". Fr. said we're heading into the "most important" part of the trip, and he did a lot of explaining to us about how the thinking of the great philosophers and saints played a large role in our thinking today, and how this thinking influenced ...