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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... of these old cities, the narrow streets and buildings continue to fascinate us, but the most amazing feature was the Mosque that is now a Catholic Cathedral. Building commence in 785 AD with many additions to the structure since.
It is huge with 2.5 Hectares of floor area and one of the largest and impportant Muslin monuments in the western world. After the defeat of the Muslims by the Christians it was then converted into a Cathedral, built ...
My "mother" is Emilia she is very sweet she lives with her husband and daughter who I actually misheard she is 28 not 18 and i do not think she has any interest in meeting me because she didn't come home at all today. but the husband is a nice guy as well. As soon as I get in the house she gives me a tour. They have 3 overly crowded very small bedrooms and they all share one bathroom. They have so many pics they use their dinning room ...
Hot day again today but our mission today is to spend the day discovering the city. A short bus trip into the city and a short walk to the old part of the city.
Cordoba, picture a city with half a million people. Embellished with fine architecture and fuelled by a prosperous and diverse economy. Picture universities and libraries filled with artists and philosophers. Picture an Islamic caliphate more advanced and civilised ...
... indications of whether it was OK to park there. At the car rental place, or somewhere else, we found out that today, tomorrow, and possibly yesterday were all fiesta days. We didn't know how this would affect our sight-seeing but there were obviously a lot of people out for a Tuesday.
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... well as a very old Synagogue. Spain has a fascinating mix of Christian, Jewish, and Muslim cultures. The Mezquita that we saw the next day is one of the ultimate examples of that. We really liked the feel of Cordoba and walked around lots of its little streets. We found a little bar that advertised croquetas (one of fav fried foods). The lady there was super nice and made us a variety including ham, cod, cheese, and vegetable. After ...