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... lemon and mint drink, which we found very refreshing.
Despite our many great culinary experiences, last night wasn’t one of them. We found ourselves at a very groovy restaurant, hopeful. Sadly, our paella, octopus and garlic, and anchovies and tomato salad were all out of a packet, so far as we could tell.
Anyway, this evening we are catching an overnight train to Barcelona for the day, and we will then move onto France.
Lots of love, Clare ...
... me. Very special. • Puente Romano, the famous bridge that leads to the tower on the other side of the river. • Alcazar de Los Reyes Cristianis including the amazing gardens - this is the equivalent to their palace. • Caballerizas Reales • Templo Romano - the old Roman city centre with only the columns remaining in tact and rising into the sky as a reminder of the power of the Roman Empire • Sinagoga • Zoco Municipal • Plaza ...
... their nights so late. By 1:30 it was packed
and we had so much fun dancing the night away with some new british friends. I
could not ask for better friends in Amanda and Tamar, we get along so well and
travel so good together. We had the best time dancing together and it was a lot
easier to navigate our way around with only 3 of us, versus the 6 of us in
Barcelona. I got home around 7 am… which is crazy but we have found ourselves
having later nights because- ...
... strawberries from the local produce vendor. Devoured! 7. Bathrooms are always interesting when traveling.... 8. Booking flights before 8 am sounds like a good idea at the time. 9. Watching a machine make fresh-pressed orange juice is one of our new favourite things. 10. Fevers in 27 deg heat makes for interesting swirling visions. 11. The sounds of trilling bird songs transcends the spirits. M & ...
... that used to be a part of the Muslim mosque formerly on the site of the cathedral. It was built in the late 12th century and instead of stairs like the belfry in Bruges, has ramps to get to the top (much easier let me tell you). The ramps used to be for people to ride their horses to the top for whatever reason. The top of the tower provided fantastic views of the city and the surrounding countryside as well as deafening bell chiming every 15 minutes.