Senses&Colours Bagdad

Address: Fernandez Ruano, 11, Córdoba, Andalusia, 14003, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Fernandez Ruano, 11, Córdoba, is near Great Cathedral and Mosque (Mezquita de Cordoba), Calleja de las Flores, Sinagoga, and Casa Andalusi.
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      Travel Blogs from Córdoba

      To Andalusia

      A travel blog entry by andrewy on Dec 07, 2014

      42 photos

      ... Catholic Church. Over the years, the building switched hands many time until the late 1880's part of the roof collapsed revealed the synagogue past and local historians faithfully restore the site back to its former glory. I also visited the casa de Sephared, a museum dedicated to Jewish life back in the Middle Ages , food and their holiday traditions. It is very enlightening. Afterward, I took a walk ...

      Don Quichote’s world

      A travel blog entry by travelswithelsa on Jun 30, 2014

      3 comments, 13 photos

      ... Quichote because we were greeted by a variety of statues and momentos of him and his side-kick Sancho Panza. I could not resist buying a tile featuring the two heroes.

      We cruised through La Mancha's vineyards, olive groves and acres of sunflowers. As we neared Consuegra, we could see atop the hill, the white windmills and castle that inspired Cervantes in the sixteen hundreds to write the famous scene in his book Don Quichote. Some of these twelve windmills have been ...

      Allah, Allah, whatever

      A travel blog entry by seasia2011 on Apr 15, 2014

      12 photos

      ... to sit for mass. Oh and the mass started at 11:30, not noon, so good thing we got there directly from the train because it was 11:28. And so began our day of no one in this city knowing what times things will happen.

      Mass was just about the longest mass I had ever been to aside from the time mom told us we could go to the Saturday vigil and could skip Easter Sunday (which was the worst "deal" in mother/child history). Not only was the ...

      Olives, Oranges, and Paella

      A travel blog entry by angelahelmer on Sep 08, 2013

      4 comments, 15 photos

      ... even smaller breakfast, with snacks in between.

      Another major difference in food is that the European Union has stricter regulations than the U.S. on many of the foods that we eat. I don't think any of the fish is "farmed" and fed a bad diet (leading to over consumption by us because we are getting Omega 6 and not getting enough Omega 3). Spain is similar to California in climate and that it has a lot of agriculture, with a huge production of ...

      Córdoba y Granada

      A travel blog entry by avangilder on Mar 15, 2013

      137 photos

      ... to each other. It's like they don't understand the purpose of having two separate beds instead of one giant bed. So, capitalizing on the situation, we just decided to keep the beds how they were and squeeze everybody on. Sunday, we took a tour of the Cathedral, specifically the Royal Chapel. As I said before, Granada was the last city to be taken by the Catholic Kings. It was conquered by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabel, who also financed Columbus' voyage to the New World. Both ...