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... I didn't. Europeans are very affectionate. I guess that's why his family is from Germany and mine from Italy which probably explains how we understand these things!
... Havana rum (oh! Such fond memories of Cuba for me!), chatting us up in his unpracticed English. His bar became our final stop each night we were in town. And Alan invited him to come stay in California anytime! (I should note, that Alan has made a very generous habit of inviting interesting and kind waiters and barkeeps who voice a desire to come to California to just “give me a shout!” and he offers his email. I imagine that someday ...
Hello, today I had my lunch in the market where fish, meat, flowers and veggies are sold. There is a stall there that cooks the food you buy in the market. A small portion is 2 euros and a larger portion is 3 euros to cook the food for you. So I went to a fish seller and had him cut me a nice piece of salmon. It was 2.5 euros. I take the salmon to the cooker guy and he did a great job and there was wonderful presentation ...
... the rest of the day there, but we cut ourselves off after two rides and some rambling.
We made our way back across the river to Cordoba's main draw: its mosque-cum-cathedral. Built as a medieval Muslim mosque over a period of several centuries starting in 785 AD, Cordoba's Mezquita quickly became regarded as one of the finest mosques in the world, a model on which other mosques throughout the Islamic world based their design. ...
... On the other side we found a big playground and Andrew stayed with the girls while my dad and I decided to check out the museum in the nearby Calahorra Tower. It was an interesting look at how the three major religions/cultures (Jews, Muslims, Christians) contributed to the history of Córdoba.
Many people visit Córdoba as a day trip from Seville. We spent two nights there and there was still a lot we didn’t see. We liked the town. It was cleaner ...