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... Buzz stopped to say hello to a group of priests standing outside. Here one of them was the bishop of Córdoba who's also friends with Cardinal O'Mally of Boston, so of course we took a picture and we may even send it to the Cardinal. They love their city and were totally selling us on it!
Late afternoon we took two bags of laundry to be done. We thought we were taking it to a do it yourself place but we were very pleased to find out they do it, so we ...
... it took 40 minutes. Steak, with onions and mushrooms, vegetables and chips for dinner. Ok, it wasn’t Spanish, but some meals are beyond borders. Didn’t do much after that.
Saturday 24th May
Up at 7.00am and a quick cup of tea before the walk into town and the Mezquita. It was a beautiful clear morning, ************e about, the shops were opening and laying out their pavement displays, staff at the cafe’s serving the first ...
... other many architectural highlights and serves as a reminder of the glory and importance Cordoba held in medieval times. Originally built about 786 as a mosque, it was expanded upon several time under the muslim rule up until the christian reconquista in 1236 when it completely changed and they started to build instead a catholic cathedral inside the walls. It looks completely out of place yet it is ...
... that class all day and the teachers come to them.However, I'm a drifter, so i travel between the 3 classes. so i will explain a wednesday schedule)
0830: french class in B
0930:ehtics in C
1030: english B
1130: we have half an hour to eat and mingle. We gather in clumps in the outdoor hallways and eat a sandwich, or something.
1200: spanish C
1300: englsih B
1400: phys-ed A
1500: englsih A
1505: walk to a bus ...
... with columns and a relatively low ceiling, while the cathedral is one of the brightest I've ever been in, with an incredibly high ceiling and is wide open.
The little Canon S110 actually did survive the fall into the puddle - I pulled the battery and card right away and then used a hairdryer to dry the camera out. Once it was dry I powered it up and it took a few pictures without trouble. Hopefully that will be the case tomorrow as well! The ice cream wasn't even very good...