Let's talk about those places we wished we'd stayed in for longer. Now, as you might already be aware of (if not, read other blog posts from earlier in this year), Spain wasn't the easiest of foreign soils for me to move around on. This is by no means intended to be a fierce criticism; I saw some nice places, met some lovely badarses and discovered the joy that is pistachio ice cream but if I was blackmailed into choosing the best land I'd ever walked upon outside of Straya I'd pick the Netherlands. That said, I REALLY DID visit some NICE places and Cordoba sits at the top of my Spanish list.
As for time spent I had a full day here which I'll always be grateful for. This little town is humbled; it's by no means in your face and that makes it shine; had I known what Seville had in store for me I would've stuck around longer. Seriously, I would have! The only let down was a bad paella loaded with broken shells. No idea if it was a local style but be mindful when in the area looking for lunch.
One final highlight, which gives me all the more reason to appreciate the picturesque Roman Bridge, was the opportunity to 'cloud' at sunset. I'm a nature junky, through and through, and watching the clouds come and go is a passtime I for one enjoy immensely. Been going on for me since the childhood.