Parador de Manzanares

Address: Autovia Andalucia, km 175, Manzanares, Castile-La Mancha, 13200, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Autovia Andalucia, km 175, Manzanares, is near University of Seville.
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    Travel Blogs from Manzanares

    Then and now

    A travel blog entry by jpedmanson on Jun 22, 2015

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    ... drama and posturing they use and the torrent of words makes you think there must be at least life or death involved in the conversation, whereas they're probably only talking about which cafe to meet at. Penny says: The history of this place is phenomenal with the influences over thousands of years still evident. There must still be such a wealth of archaeological treasure buried beneath ...

    A City of Mixed Culture

    A travel blog entry by waymoney on Feb 28, 2015

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    ... toe and wear a veil that covered most of my face except my eyes. Also I am pretty sure the people would flip out that a girl would show that much skin. My top five moments was being able to witness the camel spitting on Ashley. visiting the Kaaba, visit the trading market in Damascus, befriend Ali and his merchants, and ride a camel. Well I had fine time to drink this concoction this lady gave me to ensure myself 'backhome'. ...

    Train to Cordoba- Hotel Viento 10

    A travel blog entry by vickitravel on Oct 13, 2014

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    After an early breakfast we caught a taxi to the station for our 9.10am train to Cordoba. Pretty scenery most of the way . Very green and hilly and lots of olive groves. Arrived 11.45 to another sunny day. Taxi to our hotel, Viento 10 near the old town. After checking in ( room not ready ) we walked to the old town and stopped for coffee and apple slice then wandered through a gorgeous art exhibition at the Mezquita complex. Fairly quiet as a public holiday. Back to ...


    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 ...

    First Imperial Capital in Spain

    A travel blog entry by on Dec 25, 2013

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    Cordoba is Spain's first imperial capital, it grew to five hundred thousand population in the 9th century and became the seat of the western Islamic Caliphate, in direct competition with Baghdad, Damascus, and Cairo. Within Europe it had no equal other than Constantinople. The parallel between Cordoba and Constantinople is profound: the Great Mosque of Cordoba was turned into a cathedral after Christian conquest, while the Hagia ...