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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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The Torre de Calahorra is a somewhat cheesy museum of
Andalusian history and culture that employs top quality audio-technology. The open
roof of the tower has the best view of the city I managed to get across the Guadalquivir
to the Mezquita and central Cordoba. I should mention that it also overlooks
the Puente Romano, the Roman-era pedestrian bridge which crosses the river at
Cordoba’s heart. The nearby Moorish-era mills and water wheel on ...
... twisting alleyways, which are super cool to walk around in, but require a lot of navigational intuition. The tight alleyways really are cooler temperature-wise too. Our walk to the hotel from the train station was mainly through a modern park wedged between two modern avenues. Despite all of the trees it was incredibly hot. There was a noticeable temperature drop once we got into the older area with the narrow streets surrounded by high, white stone ...
... it was neat sharing with her.
May 23:I woke up went to class then during my break just sat around in the cafeteria with Taylor and some others drinking coffee and working on our journals. we went outside and sat in the grass only to find out that we were sitting on an ant hill -_- that sucked. The ants here are huge! We had class again and were let out early in order to go to the fake photo shoot at the place where i am going ...
... over them the mosque (started at 784 a.c.). When one enters the Mezquita, there is a hole in the floor in one part, and one can see the Visigothic remains. The Moors used the marble columns of the Roman temple which had occupied the site previously, as well as other destroyed Roman buildings in their construction of the mosque. It took two centuries to finish the mosque, and at that time it was the second biggest mosque in the Muslim world.
... right next to the hotel. We ate in the Patio of the Oranges, and I must say it is a beautiful lunch spot. We even did it again the next day.
Then we went to see the Mezquita. Despite the crowds and tourist souvenir shops outside the building, inside it was dark and cool and calm and quiet. Not everything lives up to what you'd hope it would be, but the Mezquita was really nice. In fact, Cordoba is a nice town and I'd go back again.