Hotel de los Faroles
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... with the International University of Andalucia. From there we drove to Ubeda for another amazing lunch. The appetiser was "Ajoblanco", a cool garlic and almond soup that was soo good we would love the recipe for it.
Afterwards there was free time to explore the town but, we again retired to the train to rest.
As this was the last ...
... in Europe.
The Spanish then recaptured the city. and built a Christian Cathedral right in the middle of the Mosque
(In Seville they demolished the Mosque and built one of the biggest cathedrals ...
... where I got the most incredible mint tea I have ever had in my life. I wish I had spent more time looking around the town, but it was very small and I was tired. Instead I bought a henna and looked around for about 30 minutes, then just spent time with friends.
All around it was one of my favorite trips that I have ever taken. it was absolutely incredible, and Discover Excursions is an incredible company. I ...
This morning we were up early to take advantage of the free entry to sights around Cordoba; names the Mezquita and the Alcazar. Cordoba has an interesting history having been a capital in both Roman
and Islamic times of rule; Muslim, Christian and Jewish influence is
evident in the varied architecture throughout the city. The Mezquita was originally built as a mosque - come church - come cathedral. If you enter in ...
After leaving Portugal we traveled across a fairly flat country with endless rows of olive trees. Our destination was Seville, a beautiful city of over 700,000 people in Andalusia in Southern Spain. There's a ton of stuff to see there but we restricted ourselves to its magnificent cathedral, the Alcazar and the bullfighting museum. Not to labour the point but us Catholics can really do things on a big scale. The Christians took control of Seville from the Moors ...