San Fernando 62
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This was the best bed and pillows I have encountered so far in Spain so I was enjoying my sleep until I woke up with bad stomach cramps, it seems despite the antibiotics I am not over this thing so I am going to have to more careful about what I eat. Notwithstanding the cramps I managed to fall back to sleep and we work up around 8:00am, putting paid to our intended 7:00am ...
... girls a lot of grief for everything they were apparently doing wrong.
After the tour we came back to the hotel and were planning to walk up to pick up our laundry but the skies opened and it poured, with a full fledged lightening storm. So dirty clothes until tomorrow....literally, we have no clean clothes to wear. We've got to get up early and walk up to get the clothes!
... within the mosque. So there is now quite a large Cathedral inside the huge mosque. The outside area, where Muslims used to wash in preparation of prayer, is now planted with orange trees. There is huge contrast between the elegant style of the mosque and the ornate Cathedral.
We were given an hour or so to explore Cordoba. However Neil has succumbed to our colds so he and Vida returned to the train to rest. We explored a bit then ...
... and the Mezquita-Cathedral (I'll explain this one later). Arriving in our room I was shocked at how nice it was. I don't know how I managed to get such a good deal but for the first time in Europe we have an en suite bathroom and air conditioning. Sadly we still have a unapillow... could someone get me a big pair of scissors please?
Delicious meal blah blah blah and then ...
2200: watch tv/ read/ talk with family/shower/look out my window and people watch
2330: go to sleep
on weekends, we see th family or see sights. Every saturday, we have lunch at Pacos mothers condo, with Anas cousins and aunt and uncle. She's a great cook.
sundays we see the city, friends, or do whatever we want.
its really fun, and i am having a good time :) '