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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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... and we were very close to the stage. We enjoyed a glass of sangria and some local pastries.
There were four performers on the small stage- a female and male dancer, a singer and a guitarist. There was so much energy from each of the performers and it was really interesting to learn how they all interacted with each other at each moment. The guitarist and the singer worked together, playing off each other. Sometimes the singer would set the pace and the ...
... allowed for land patches. I don't know how but there were also old buildings on a couple of them. Its hard to describe but neat to see. We saw this really old mill made of wood. Then we came up to the romain bridge. It's a view from movies. On one side is an arch and on the other side a tower. After that we went to this recommended restaurant. Super good typical Andalusia food with cute and friendly waiters. We had gazpacho, rabo de Torro, calamari among other things. The restaurant ...
... in an Hawaiian shirt, soaked to the skin, ankle deep in mud and shivering. We enter the motorhome only to be thrown out by a fearsome Señora who has had enough of the wet and the mud. An old towel is hurled angrily out of the window but , eventually, we are let in.
Sun, sand, pine forests, sherry and Nirvana.
Todo será revelado en el próximo blog.
Adios per ahora,
Bruno (El Perro - back to my normal fighting weight)
... with people pointing out that it was a community center not a mosque and that there was also a topless bar in the new world trade tower as well (thus that it was far from hallowed ground). At any rate the end result was that I googled Cordoba and what should come up but pictures of cordoba's beautiful mosque/cathedral. The structure was begun as a Visgoth church around the year 600. It was refashioned as a mosque in 784, in 1236 it was ...
... red and white striped arches which are
supposed to represent palm trees. The masons who worked on the Mezquita were a mixture of Muslims, Christians, and Jews. Some of them carved their names or other little messages into the walls and pillars of the Mezquita. (Early graffiti.) I was really amazed by the Mezquita. I may try and go back in again before we leave Cordoba.
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