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Ladera Ranch, California
October 26, 2006
From journal Experience Cordoba, Spain
Todmorden, England, United Kingdom
June 8, 2002
The charm of the city lies in small squares and small churches, as well as the Judería and the bridge which I have already mentioned, and perhaps, above all, in the domestic patios.
It is possible to see most of what you want in a couple of hours; I recommend the old walls, the Judería, the tiny Street of Flowers (I have only seen it in winter but not a square inch of wall space appears to be wasted), as many patios as you decently can, the Plaza de Poltro (colt - after a sculpture - there is an old inn here mentioned in Don Quixote) and a few of the old churches, some of them converted from mosques.
From journal Charming Andalucian City