Hotel Maximiano Herculeo

Al-Andalus,13-15, Córdoba, Andalusia, 14001, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Córdoba

Cordoba, mi amore

A travel blog entry by lostinspain2014

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... I know my family won't believe it, but I have learned how to use a compass (map reading is still a work in progress), and i can remember which streets lead to where!!!

Also, I can actually communicate in spanish. I can comment on food, share/make plans, learn latest gossip, and talk about boys totally fluently! I wouldn't exactly be able to lead an intellectual debate, but in time, im sure I could get there. I think is a beautiful language, and my friends go ...

Halloween with a little matador!

A travel blog entry by twodrifters07

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... into the niche and it would be amplified so all (often 20,000 or more worshipers) could hear, as they kneeled in prayer. Such was the wonder of the Mezquita that even the Christians didn't have the heart to destroy it when they conquered Moorish Spain in 1236 AD, so they built their cathedral inside it, it being extremely beautiful, too! If you visit the Mezquita early ...

The Patios were open

A travel blog entry by bruceandanne

2
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... we would find it without using the map. There are so many little narrow streets that all look alike we had to revert to the map in the end. That’s part of the fun in all the cities/towns that we have been in. We have always stayed in the old parts of the city and they are fun, and at times frustrating, to navigate. We can now understand why Billy has the occasional problem!

We headed across town, using a route we do ...

Córdoba y Granada

A travel blog entry by avangilder

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This past weekend I was able to go with my ISA group to Cordoba and Granada. We first stopped in Cordoba, and took a tour of both the Mezquita and then the city as a whole. The Mezquita is famous for being a grand Mosque that was transformed into a Cathedral after the Catholics retook Spain from the Muslims, which makes one really amazing building. We had beautiful weather in Cordoba, but after two straight weeks of rain, the river surrounding the city was completely flooded, ...

The Best Moorish City in the World

A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller

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... to see in the summer! We did see quite a lot of the potted plants on walls as we walked through the town.
Our local guide looked a little bit like Indiana Jones!

It was a very interesting city to visit..

We returned to Seville, and had a leisurely afternoon, shopping and wandering the streets of Seville.
Tomorrow we take off to ...

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This hotel, located on Al-Andalus,13-15, Córdoba, is near Jewish Quarter (Juderia), Palacio Museo de Viana, Sinagoga, and Casa Andalusi.
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