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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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... paintings too. Following lunch, we walked more among the streets and made it to the cathedral( that used to be a meskit. ) First we went in the courtyard. It used to be full of palm trees but when the Christians took over, they changed them to orange trees. What a random thing. But inside the cathedral itself... wow. Inside this immense place if wonder you could loose yourself in amazement and awe.
In cordoba, and the south of Spain, the houses have these courtyards. Very ...
... stone. It was like entering a candy cane forest.
It was rainy and cool as we exited the Mezquita, but cleared up shortly. We strolled across the Roman Bridge that crosses the Guadalquivir River to view the Mezquita from the other side. The foundations of this bridge have weathered the river flow for 2000 years! We explored the streets a bit more before heading back to the hotel ...
When we walked into and around Cordoba, there were red flowered crosses in front of plazas and churches all through out. The first night we were there, Plaza Tendillas had flamenco performances all night. We bought jamon chips and gazpacho for a Spanish snack and show. Later on we found a really cheap supermarket and picked up dinner. Our hostel didn't have a kitchen so we used their sister place and fired things up.
The next morning, we walked back to the ...
... some of the Spanish towns, especially when we were not expecting it.
Our last morning in Cordoba and we were up early to go and check out the Mezquito. Built in 785, this enormous mosque is an 'architectural hybrid’ that has undergone two modern changes. It had a 16th century cathedral built right in the middle of it and 19 once-important doorways that would have filled the mosque with light have been closed. Inside the Mezquita are numerous ...
... worth the 8 euro fee, but I wouldn't want to have to pay that again. Most of the cathedrals I have been in are usually 2 euros if there even is a fee.
After La Mezquita we wondered around the city a little more an sat down in a park for a bit. We were trying to kill some time before we had to go back to Seville. There wasn't much more for us to see as we had seen everything that we came for. Soon enough we read a sign that said something about a Medieval ...