Casa de los Naranjos

Address: Calle Isabel Losa 8, Córdoba, Andalusia, 14001 , Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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Allah eh bro

A travel blog entry by bethanymuller on Dec 16, 2014

8 comments, 3 photos

... it probably originated with the Moors. ", that's fascinating"?

The middle school reference above was not random. I have reflected a little on what an awkward but mind bogglingly exciting stage of development middle school is. Che is IN IT and managing it surprisingly well, but there are moments... During a recent growth spurt, he told a good joke, quickly extended the right hand for an acknowledging fist bump, directly through ...

Andalusia, the dry heart

A travel blog entry by ppape on Aug 01, 2014

8 photos

... Our time in the city was short due to a rail strike which meant a 2 hour bus trip there and another 2 hours back. Our hotel in Cordoba was great, the large room had thick stone walls and opened out onto an internal courtyard full of potted plants; very typical Andalusian. We certainly enjoyed our stay in Cordoba and recommend it as a destination, although at this time of year it is very HOT! ...

The Great Mosque

A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Apr 05, 2014

19 photos

... in the 1800's! A few decades later, it became a prison. What an ironic history the Alcazar has followed. From a palace to a military garrison and finally an asylum for criminals. Before resigning to our long drive back to Moron, we walked along the palace walls to a small shop where we relaxed with some tapas and sangria. By now the sun was back out and we could casually enjoy the beautiful day while practicing our blossoming Spanish vocabulary with the ...


A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Jun 20, 2013

28 photos

... a pleasant spot for a lunch break.

I eventually get to Herrera del Duque in the early afternoon. I'd like to say that it deserved the description "town" rather than "village", but in fact the population is only about 3700. There's a large castle on a hill above it (presumably the Duque's residence) and, quite surprisingly, an even larger furniture retailer in the place itself. A quick photo and I'm on my way. The signposts are now pointing to Alamden, another 50 miles or ...


A travel blog entry by pegannon on Jun 10, 2013

1 comment, 88 photos

... on message boards is get there early to beat the crowds or it isn’t worth going in. It was around 11am so I figured we’re out of luck. It was empty. Ryan walked right up and bought tickets and we were in. What is really cool about this place is that it was a mosque that has a Christian church built inside it. The word we ...