San Fernando 62

Address: Calle San Fernando, 62, Córdoba, Andalusia, 14003, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Córdoba

Al Andalus Train - Granada to Cordoba

A travel blog entry by tomodea on Oct 17, 2014

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... the train we actually went to dinner, another great meal with the choice of white or red wines. We were asked to vote in three categories: Miss Al Andalus, most sexy and most friendly. Vida was voted Miss Al Andalus. She received a sash and a gift. She deserved the award but Ruth has doubts about the voting considering who were given the other two ...

A Cathedral in a Mosque

A travel blog entry by startrailers on Jun 01, 2014

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... world)
The Mesquite is extraordinary and the juxtaposition of the Christian and Islamic quite bizarre.
Needless to say we were very hot and tired when we got back - temps in the city, 32 -35 degs!
Oh my aching ...

Recapping my Incredible Opportunities.

A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Jan 27, 2014

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... it, it is worth every penny.

So Cordoba. Where this entry is dedicated to. Me encanta Crodoba. It is absolutely beautiful. It hits the perfect mix between modernism and old town. In the old town, the buildings are short, the roads small, and the people quaint. You can tell it was originally designed to walk through, not to drive through. Everything is right around the corner, and the luscious greenery ...

Cordoba

A travel blog entry by larissajcroom on Sep 06, 2013

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... prior to visitor hours, as it is a church they cannot strictly refuse your entry if you observe silence; you are however asked to leave just prior to 9.30am when they prepare for the tourists. The Alcazar fortress itself did not offer a lot to see, the large gardens were however very peaceful and pretty to walk through.

Before the day got too hot we walked the Juderia, the medieval Jewish quarter; a maze of small ...

Southern Spain

A travel blog entry by psing on Jun 16, 2013

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... originally a Muslim fortress dating from 913. Apparently the preparations for the assault on the last stronghold of Moorish resistance at Grenada was planned here. It really is beautiful. It's been modified a lot over the centuries but it has a certain charm that has much to do with its colourful geometric patterns and the gardens that have been added over the years. They are very formal in style with clever use of water and colour. I'll post a few photos on ...