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TravelPod Member ReviewsPension Cibeles Córdoba
Not a bad place at all. Heat if you need it in the winter; very clean. The guy who works there speaks very, very clear Spanish. The roof patio was also pretty swell. Nothing special, but nice enough. And seriously cheap for this town, too.
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... like rope – which they soak with water during the heat of the day, cooling the house. Most homes have an indoor patio, in the center of the building, open to the sky and this is where they create a sacred space. As you wander down these tiny streets you find front doors left open, which means that they are inviting you to take a look at their patio which is protected by a locked gate. They are beautiful spaces, cool and full of ...
I finally went for a morning run again; need some ways to burn off the Spanish tapas! The sun was coming up, beautiful start to the morning :)
This morning we had booked tickets for the Alhambra; an incredible display of Islamic art and architecture, containing a fortress, palace, patios and gardens. Entrance times for the Palacio Nazaries are pre-booked when you purchase tickets; we took a little longer than expected to climb ...
... bar and around town nothing too eventful happened this week other then saying our goodbyes. We did see a horse show and that was interesting. It was a woman dancing with a horse. But yes as the trip came to an end we were grateful to have made such wonderful friends, to have had such great experiences and to forever remember the " Cordoba Crew" ...
We left our luggage at the railway station and walked into town. Cordoba is not a very big place. It's main draw card is the mesquita-cathedral (mosque-cathedral), a strange building with an identity crisis. Seems it started life as a grand mosque and was subsequently added to by various rulers. Then the Spanish pushed the moors out. 'hey, Carlos, this looks like a ...
... them "meat and three".
Well, in Spanish, as near as we could translate, cocina casera translates roughly into "home cooking". So I took this picture because it seems to me this is a Cordoban meat and three!