Followed in the Mesquita! (Cordoba)

Much like the other cities that I visited in Andalusia, Cordoba is a mix of the old and new, standing side by side. There isn't one spot that sums it up more than the entrance into Cordoba's Juderia district - Puerta de Almodóvar. Originally built in the fourteenth century to help protect the Old Town, … Continue reading Followed in the Mesquita! (Cordoba)

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Seville

Seville is a bubbling city, overrun with tourists. We arrive late at night after a long day in Ronda, and immediately settle down to sleep. As with all our other accommodation, we stay in an AirBnb apartment in a nice little residential area. This apartment is just about comfortable. The lounge has air-con, but the … Continue reading Seville