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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Boston Córdoba
Liked the hotel, nice room, but the breakfast is not much to write home about so eat out
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Cordoba is a lovely little city, tiny side streets, you think should I really be riding my motortbike down here?
Got to the hotel, checked in, and then went to park the bike.
It was a bit of a trek, so took a pic of the street name just to make sure I could fine it in the morning.
I took pics of the busy side streets, and the square, …
... enjoyed many days laughing about our escapades over amazing meals. Inma my intercambio (exchange partner for speaking Spanish), who became a great friend and introduced me to so many people. Many wishes to her in her incredible career opportunities and lots of love in life. Mila who is an amazingly talented artist and currently has her works hanging at Malaparte a lounge that serves food in Córdoba. I am lucky to call Mila a dear friend.
Weather: 39º C and Sunny
Breakfast up the road. It was different – we sat down, were asked what type of coffee we wanted and if we wanted orange juice. Breakfast then arrived and included toast, butter and jams in addition to the coffee and OJ. Would have liked some Spanish omelette or a croissant but “asi es la vida”.
Now off through the Jewish quarter to the Mezquita, the Cathedral of Cordoba. On the way we ...
... really feels like we have all known each other our entire live, which is pretty cool. We have such a great group dynamic, and we all have a perfect place.
This week, I was walking down the street, just looking around and taking everything in, when I realized that my life will never be the same, after this. Already, I have seen such incredible things, not just thousand year old cathedrals, but another way of life; it has opened my eyes ...
... and Muslim influences.
Cordoba's biggest drawcard is the 1st century Cathedral-Mosque the Mezquita. The building has had a chequered history. The site was originally a pagan temple, then a Visigothic Christian Church (you can even see some of the remains) before the Moors built a mosque in 784AD. Successive Caliphs enlarged the mosque until it was the biggest in the Western world (interesting fact - Cordoba was the most populous city in the world in ...