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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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... was fun overall, I am thankful to have a schedule and to be able to feel more settled. I think I got sick from the combination of being in 90-100 degree weather ten hours a day and the wear and tear of moving hotels every two days.
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... is significant and there
was at the time a “Cordoba School”, not one on par of that of Seville but
interesting nonetheless to try to understand all eras of Cordoba’s history.
The Juderia is the old Jewish quarter of the city outside
the Mezquita, a history that changed permanently when the Catholic Monarchs
Ferdinand and Isabella expelled the Jews from Spain in 1492. As in Seville,
Cordoba’s Juderia is now the touristy center ...
... what seemed like pulled pork and stir fry.
and to wind down the crazy excitement, i came home and took a nap. i only planned on sleeping for about 45 minutes, but i got a full 3 hours. (oops).
anyways, i am really enjoying everything that this amazing country has to offer. There should be a new blog post tomorrow or moray, explaining the wondrous details of Sevilla, Spain, scheduled for exploration tomorrow.
... each, not so bad given our amusement. Imogen and I had both considered that we might have to pay but also thought that we might just be dealing with some funny old lady; naive Australians! Arriving into the city we soon realised these gypsies were out in force for the day, we had learnt our lesson but they became quite pushy trying to get you cornered on the edge of the street.
We wound our way to Arranyas restaurant, ...
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