Hotel Gonzalez

C/ Manriquez 3, Córdoba, Andalusia, 14003, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on C/ Manriquez 3, Córdoba, is near Great Cathedral and Mosque (Mezquita de Cordoba), Calleja de las Flores, Sinagoga, and El Cardenal.
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    Travel Blogs from Córdoba

    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 ...

    Bathing and driving

    A travel blog entry by leighroy on Dec 15, 2013

    5 photos

    ... I won't try and describe it, and defer to the photographs. It’s a lavish mosque capable of holding 40,000 devotees and within it contains some of the most elaborate and ornate Catholic paraphernalia. Extraordinarily, given the emnity that had existed between the two religions, each successive takeover did not result in the destruction of what went before. They coexist in a way that seems incongruous that somehow works.

    The second highlight of Cordoba was ...


    A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Jun 20, 2013

    28 photos

    ... 32C in Cordoba.

    The first few miles are a repeat of my journey back from the Gredos yesterday. There's one quite surprising section of road which is dead straight for about 5 or 6 miles across the plain, before it starts to climb to cross the Gredos. The ascent into the mountains is fairly gradual, but the descent on the south side, from a pass called the Puerto del Pico, is much steeper. However, it's difficult to get any decent views back to the Gredos from this side and it ...


    A travel blog entry by julieashley on May 29, 2012

    9 photos

    ... museum of torture and it was mildly interesting. Then we had lunch. Some more walking and we ended up in a bar with the locals. The coffee was only 1 euro and the  pasties were about the same. While we sat there refreshing in the air con the local coppers came in, the local parking officers and he local drinkers. It had an authentic feel about it. Nice way to end our ...