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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... couple of hours, so I’m going to see what else there is to explore. I accidentally happen on the History Museum so I figure I should check it out to see what else there is to learn. The museum has some nice displays of prehistoric items, ancient Roman sculptures and artifacts, and a displays telling of of how this city grew and shrank over the centuries. Actually, at one time in history, Cordoba was much bigger than it is today, spreading all across the ...
... filed through and got on the Altaria train to cordoba, which took about 2 hours to get there and passed a million olive trees and wind turbines. Arriving in Cordoba I found the tourist office at the station that was extremely helpful. Not only did they speak english (for the first time outside of the hostel) but they provided maps with instructions on where to catch the nus, how to know which ...
... go down over the city.
The next day, we got up and headed to the Mezquita, which is the main landmark in Cordoba. The inside of the former mosque is comprised of hundreds of columns and archways. In the center is the Christian addition to the converted mosque...a giant cathedral. As we entered, we read potentially the most biased "historical" blurb on the Mezquita I've ever seen...compliments of the Diocese of Cordoba. According ...
... rdoba so we visited an ancient sinagogue. It was built in 1315 and after the Jewish people were expulsed from Spain in 1492, it was used as a hydropobic hospital, a chapel for shoemakers and a nursery school (but not all at the same time).
It is said that during the 10th and the beginning of the 11th centuries, Córdoba was the most populous city in the world and the intellectual center of Europe. Today it has a population of around 340,000.
That evening we decided ...
... her to tell her about it, so she went with some friends of hers (along with her son) to take a look. She said the area was beautiful, and the price was really cheap (3,000 euros!). I know that this would be more in U.S. dollars, however that’s still pretty cheap for a house. Bernadita told me that her friends liked the area so much that two of them also purchased a house, and later, so did her daughter! She was telling me how much she liked ...