Hotel Boston

Malaga 2, Córdoba, Andalusia, 14003 , Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star hotel
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Live in the moment...

A travel blog entry by fatkidfrogs

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... would hear music and walk in that direction. It would eventually lead us to a church, with a red flowered cross, where they would be selling food and drinks. We stopped to partake in the festivities and I noticed people eating a dip of sorts. I asked for the name of the dish and we were on our way to figure out what solmonejo actually was and to try some.

I love gazphacho and it was basically a thicker version of it, topped with jamon bits and sometimes boiled ...

The Mezquita

A travel blog entry by catswain

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Last night I went out with some members of the group. First we went to a Bodega near here to eat. It was a little restaurant with a wine shop next door. We got there kind of early by Spanish standards – 7:30 pm – so there wasn't anyone else in there. By the time we left it was pretty busy, though. Had a really good time eating different foods and drinking wine. We left
the Bodega and ...

Day trip to Córdoba from Seville

A travel blog entry by joeymrules

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... had just taken a quick break. We got to our seats, and in my case spot to stand, and started watching the show. I really enjoyed the flamenco guitar that one of the men was playing. I also liked the Flamenco singing voice a lot. You could tell they had a lot of passion for what the did and it looked like it was an authentic Flamenco show. Sometimes Flamenco shows can be kind of touristy, but it looked like we had found a good one. There were about 80 people ...

Nice old town where mosque is church

A travel blog entry by adamz

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... the reconsructed roman bridge then basically spent the rest of the day wandering around town visiting various buildings, walls, ruins and churches marked on the tourist map. Wandered to the Museo Arqueologico which thankfully was still open. Nice enough museum with lots of roman statues and other various roman items. Fnally ended the day with a bit more wandering around the streets.


Day 2
Decided to start the day by ...

Un día en Córdoba

A travel blog entry by lizinspain2010

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... street and took a pastry and coffee break (I got a tarta de manzana - apple tart - and café con leche) before checking out Plaza Corredera, which is like a miniature Plaza Mayor if any of you have been to Madrid and know what I'm talking about. By then it was time to meet back at La Mezquita to head back to Sevilla!

Last night we went to one of the Moroccan tea houses and then went to Plaza Alfalfa, which is a good place to go out to because there are ...

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