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Spain - most logical itinerary?

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We are planning a trip to Spain in May, 2013.
We have traveled in Spain, Italy, France and England with travel groups where transportation, lodging, etc has been provided..
This will be this first trip on our own.
We want to start in Andalucia - and visit Sevilla, Cordoba, Granada, and Nerja.
We must then meet our son in Salamanca for 3-4 days.
Then 3-4 days in Madrid with day trips to Toledo and El Escorial.

It looks like we can fly into Sevilla via American - NOT our favorite airline - or fly Luftanza into Madrid stay for a few days and fly to Sevilla...

We are confused about how to travel between each city..
If we land in Sevilla, what city should we go to next and is travel by train or bus?
Any suggestions for lodging in each city?

Thanks for your help!

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