Silken Torre Garden
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... not yet ready, so we put our bags in the luggage room, and go out to explore.
Cordoba has a population of about 328,000 today, but ten centuries ago it was one of the greatest cities in the world, with a population of 900,000. The capital of Muslim Spain, it was Europe’s largest city and a cultural and intellectual centre. Today it is known chiefly for its mosque, the Mezquita, and the historical centre, which is an UNESCO World Heritage site.
... by Kelly, Damien and Adam; some of my oldest family friends. Once again they’ve open up their beautiful Sevilla home to me, for which I am very grateful. It’s always nice to see friendly, familiar faces when you’re travelling. And the constant, beautiful and intoxicating scent of orange blossom from all the citrus-lined streets reminded me so much of home, and being in the orchard when the trees were flowering. ...
... as Spain's national dish but most Spaniards consider it to be a regional Valencian dish. Valencians regard paella as one of their identifying symbols. We enjoyed it very much.
We then boarded for the lengthy trip home! I arrived home 23 hours after I woke up... I am beat but very glad to be home with the Mannys! ...
... at school we were in pretty rough
shape. Although Salsa dancing sounded like a good idea, this morning it wasn’t.
It’s a good thing we are doing really good in the course and don’t have to
worry about not doing well. Some people in our program go out every night… im
not sure how they do it. Regardless, we made it through classes and it felt so
good to come home and shower after. I met some people at the Café and Te restaurant
by our house and was ...
... phones. Secured our return tickets and had a Spanish potato and onion pie and a fresh roll with crusty bread and an American coffee. The Avante was soon underway with us facing the wrong way, a challenge for one in the party, before she nodded off to sleep. A quick transition from city to countryside. From flat green fields to quite dry and stony land, rolling hills, rocky gorges and small orchards. Up into and thru the hills literally, with ...