Las Adelfas

Golf del Sur, Tenerife, Canary Islands, 38639, Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Golf del Sur


A travel blog entry by kvstark

... when Cordoba was under Arab rule and then when Ferdinand and Isabella expelled the moors they had someone convert it into a Cathedral. That person left the mosque sort of as it was (but added side altars to all of the edges) and then literally just stuck a Cathedral in the middle. It's really easy to see how they transformed the space from the original design of the mosque to the parts that are more Christian but still muslim-influenced and then the ...

Cordoba at a run

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.


... information. The stone-covered courtyard, which was irrigated, an orange orchard where Muslims bathed their feet before worship, was peaceful and beautiful. All that through the eyes of two spiritual atheists, the grey matter was doing cartwheels.

After all that, we walked the Juderia; the synagogue, the Andalusian museum and numerous craft workshops in leather, inlaid wooden furniture, pottery and jewellery. We wandered these narrow pedestrian ...

Breakfast with a view of Roman towers and bridges

A travel blog entry by nissa.villegas


... winter and there have been floods down this way). We then visited the Calahorra Tower at the end of the bridge - a great museum that demonstrates how three completely different religions/peoples (Jewish, Muslim and Catholics) lived harmoniously for several hundred years (1000ac - 1200ac approximately). Also great scale models of the Alhambra that we visited in Granada and the Mezquita here in Cordoba showing what they would ...

The Mezquita

A travel blog entry by masters


... of the Sierra Elvira, was very green and fertile-looking. It changed then to rolling fields of golden wheat. After that there are more olives and the road after that was littered with olive selling establishments, Castro del Rio even has a museum of olive oil. We also passed fields of sunflowers, roadside piles of what looked like cork and some salt pans. It was really nice for neither of us to have to drive or navigate for a change and to get to ...

Mezquitas y Naranjas

A travel blog entry by laurelhawk


... little café. I ordered un vaso de gazpacho (which quite literally came in a wine glass… which I drank it out of…) and a tapas order of patatas bravas. YUM! It was a good lunch. We had to meet back at our meeting point just outside the mezquita at 3:30 so everyone took the remaining couple of minutes to look around and get souvenirs… pretty much everyone in the group got an ...

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