Don Gonzalo

Address: Carretera Cordoba-Malaga, Montilla, Province of Cordoba, Andalucia, 14550, Spain | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Carretera Cordoba-Malaga, Montilla.
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    Travel Blogs from Montilla

    A City of Mixed Culture

    A travel blog entry by waymoney on Feb 28, 2015

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    ... season extends beyond summer. I saw a Christian missionary with his translator talk to an arab couple. I also saw Buddhist monks wandering around too. We were able to visit the The Roman Bridge of Cordoba where it was built by the Romans. For Muslim governor Al-samh ibn Malik al Khawlani ordered the bridge to built on Roman construction of old ruins. I was able to witness artwork and how Arabs influenced the goods ...

    So Córdoba.

    A travel blog entry by remiroquai on Oct 15, 2014

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    ... on the whole but very thorough all the same. Even the palms of my hands were done. When ordering you already have to pay so you also don't have to worry about that when you are done. The lockers didn't require a coin, also to make you not worry about anything. And that was the whole point of the baths. Don't worry. These baths gave me nothing to worry about so I say this is the clear winner. The road to Ronda was a whole lot more interesting. More on that in the next ...

    Cordoba

    A travel blog entry by kvstark on Mar 31, 2014

    ... architecture in the center. It was well worth the free price, although there was limited time. I managed to see most of what I wanted in that time though.

    You can't really see the Cathedral part very well from where they let tourists go, so I decided to stay for mass. You actually have to leave the mosque and then enter again, telling the guard you want to go to mass. This was a great decision. The part where I hadn't gotten to see is ...

    Cordoba at a run

    A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald. on Nov 12, 2013

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    ... passed when the letter home with no hope of reply, or the brief coin-powered phone call was one's link to home. Email, facebook, messaging, texting and viber with time zone considerations keeps us connected. Our Lisa gives her maiden speech to federal parliament today etc., pretty regular contact with E, the blog and replies, all are good. Still miss you people though.

    We tog up, me in my black ensemble with leather jacket ($5 op shop (thanks ...

    Southern Spain

    A travel blog entry by psing on Jun 16, 2013

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    ... very generous. There would be no retribution against inhabitants, freedom of worship and protection of Islamic culture. Those that didn't want to stay could catch the fast ferry to North Africa. It didn't last for long. The mad Catholics soon took hold and persecution of Moors and Jews followed. Anyway, their legacy today is much to be admired. The Alhambra is something special. It's fortress, the Alcazaba, remains largely intact and from its walls you get ...