San Miguel

Address: Calle San Zoilo, 4, Córdoba, Andalusia, 14002, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Córdoba

    Carousing at Cervezas Califa

    A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Jun 18, 2014

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    ... all ( it? I'm still confused.)

    The Mezzquita was originally a medieval Islamic mosque that was converted into a Roman Catholic Christian cathedral. (Seems to be quite a common occurrence in Spain.) Interestingly, my guide book noted that Muslims have lobbied the Roman Catholic Church to allow them to pray in the cathedral although they have been rejected on multiple occasions, both by the church authorities in Spain and by the Vatican. ...

    The Great Mosque

    A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Apr 05, 2014

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    The days were getting warmer, but still not quite beach weather. Since it was forecasted to be a cloudy day, we decided to visit another inland city in the area instead. As with many of the cities in Andalucia, Corboda was a very important capital in both Roman and Islamic history. Much of the architecture we have previously seen borrowed heavily from the cultures that lived in those regions over the centuries. Cordoba was especially interesting because it ...

    Bathing and driving

    A travel blog entry by leighroy on Dec 15, 2013

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    ... A crowd gathered to witness the discussion. Much public humiliation and hilarity followed. We were indeed the new Griswalds.

    Anyway, all ended happily with us being returned to the appointed place by three motorbike police escort and a consensus that the GPS is not omnipotent. Uas somewhat embarrassed but least no tattoos on the car.

    Next Barcelona - after a bit more freeway conveyance and a change of mode to train.

    Stay tuned for the next ...


    A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Jun 20, 2013

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    ... 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 valfinucane on Mar 26, 2013

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    ... needed to outshine the mosque. It is an awesome building. The crowds are now pouring in so off for late breakfast at our normal cafe. Weather still holding so across the Roman bridge to the Torre de Calahorra where there is an interesting historical exhibition. Unfortunately the roof terrace not open as decking is wet so no panoramic photos. Back across the bridge to see the remaining ancient waterwheel, no ...