Hostal Lineros 38
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Lineros 38 Córdoba
Described as 1 Star, I would probably give this a 2. Very clean, beautiful old building with central courtyard. No facilities (probably why it has 1 star only) but brilliant location for the Mezquita and underground car park opposite the hotel. Compact and charming.
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... took over the South of Spain and Cordoba. They built many beautiful buildings including this one. The Moors did not want to destroy the original Christian church, so they decided to build the Mosque around the church. When the Christian fought to take back the land, when they won, they decided to build a Cathedral as an extension of the Mosque and continued building around it. And the Mosque-Cathedral has been used ...
... the arena less the bulls and imagined what it would be like with 40,000 spectators watching you pit your will and nerve against the bull. The stadium is also home to the famous Spanish horses which unfortunately for us were not in training that day. However we did see some of them in their stalls and they did look magnificent species.
Time was against us so we got back on the road to Cordoba. We were not sure what we would find there and our hotel was ...
... the afternoon I went for a walk and had a look through some of the tourist shops that had opened but couldn't find anything nice. I found a nice little cafe that was open and ordered Chorizo al Vino. Another thing I'm not to keen on about Spanish food, apart from the limited salad options, all the food is hot. When it's 40 degrees out, the last thing you want is to eat hot food, but there isn't really any other option. I ...
... in. The ice cream was delicious and just the right treat for the hot evening. We strolled along the pedestrian streets and then out onto one of the main streets which leads down to the river. By the time we got to the river it was nearly 9:00 pm and there was a river cruise leaving at 9:00. We decided to do that. It was a lovely way to spend an hour. As we went down the river and then back up, the sky changed from light to dark. I loved seeing the same ...
... grown children, a son, Daniel, and a daughter, Cristina. Daniel has two kids, Pablo and Anna; Cristina has three kids, Sara, Cesar, and Javier. The older grandchild is Sara who is six so this should be interesting...I have no idea how to interact with children in Spanish! ;)
So that pretty much sums up my first week...and just as I am finishing this post I am hopefully also getting over a not so fun sore throat thing I have been having...so yay, tomorrow begins a NEW week!