Hostal Lineros 38
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... kicked the door and squashed the cockroach.
We walked in a new direction and saw a bit more of Cordoba before coming to a huge plaza surrounded by a three-sided building that seemed to contain very small apartments. In the middle were outdoor tables and chairs but most of the shops on the main floor were closed and the seats empty. A few of the tables in one corner of the plaza were occupied so we sat there and waited to see what ...
... a beautiful mosque/cathedral in one all purpose worship centre. The story goes that when the Catholics captured the city they thought the mosque was too beautiful to destory so instead they integrated a cathedral into it. The mosque is like the host and the cathedral the grotesquely beautiful parasite. (as a side note I saw a man with a shirt that had jesus in a crown of thorns on it, with the words "passion victim" under the image. ...
... the bridge is the Torre de la Calahorra, a massive 14th century tower. We strolled the streets for a short while before heading back to our hostel for a siesta. You have probably noticed that a siesta has become a part of our daily routine. It works well because in the smaller towns everything shuts down in the afternoon so there is not much to do and we are eating dinner super late and staying out much later at night so it’s good to catch on some z’s! ...
... I wouldn't recommend eating them right off the tree. However, if you really do need some food, they are tolerable and aren't the worst things in the world.
Finally La Mezquita had opened its doors and we were able to purchase tickets to go inside. La Mezquita was very neat inside and very detailed. There were tons of red and white arch ways that lined the ceiling of the building. They went on for at least two hundred feet all ways when you walked in. It was ...
... serve coffee, tabernas do not. I was a bit sad, so my waiter brought me a little glass of raisin liquor. This drinking at lunchtime has got to stop!
My luggage was starting to get heavy again, so I sent Pat another package from the Post Office - 23.5 euros. YIKES! I had one to send to my parents too, but I thought I'd wait til Lisbon for that.
I roamed around, looked at pretty jewelry in the ...
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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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