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Monday, July 27, 2015

Cordoba with the family

Today we woke up and headed to Cordoba on a train. T and I had decided that it was so cool to see the Mezquita and we had to show M and D. So we did. We walked from the train station into town and we didn't get lost and we saw a totally different part of town which was exciting and gave us a more local flavor. Then we went to the Mezquita. We all enjoyed walking around the giant mosque (even if we did get separated for a while). We then went to the Museo Sefarad. This was a new museum for all of us and it was very different from the one across the river about the history of the muslims and therefore nice to see. It talked about the Jewish presence in Cordoba before the inquisition. We then viewed the aquaduct had typical tortilla de patata with the locals and got a cab back to the train station. It was short and sweet. We then headed Madrid. Despite some people being in our seats we made it to Madrid and got to our hotel with no problems. We then decided to go to the Reina Sofia museum where Picasso's Guernica is because it was free. It was a good choice and we explored the airconditioned rooms for a while. Then we meandered down the tapas bar street and looked at the different places to eat before we decided to go to VIPS. We all agreed it was a good choice.

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