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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, …
We have all arrived in Cordoba, Spain, Douglas and I after a nerve-wracking jaunt down the tiniest little side streets and alleys ever experienced, twisting through the old Jewish quarter of Cordoba, totally lost and completely flummoxed as to what to do...the final solution, park and walk to the hotel, several kilometres away, using the Rick Steeves map to guide us. ...
... getting completely and utterly lost and thankfully ending up in the Piazza where we'd started.
A good night's sleep disturbed only by traffic, the dawn chorus, a brace of helicopters joy-riding over our head and various "snorers" nearby had us ready to resume. As we needed to get away fairly promptly for our next venture, I said that instead of wasting time catching the bus in and out, I'd drive in. So we asked ...
... out so it back to the hostal for a siesta (I'm liking this siesta trend...) Later that night I headed out to take some photos and grab a bocadilla to eat. I strolled across the Roman Bridge and took a bunch of photos as the sun set and all the lights came on over at the Mezquita and the bridge as well. It was very beautiful. It also must be the top place to get wedding photos taken as I saw at least 3 brides getting pictures taken ...
... were in the city of Ronda. Our first and main stop was at the Mosque of Cordoba or the La Mezquita. It was founded in 785 CE and over the next two hundred years was added to and expanded to make it the third largest structure in the Islamic world. The prayer hall is 23,400 sq meters and is filled with almost 500 slender columns and superimposed striped arches. When Córdoba was captured by ...