Hotel Boston

Address: Malaga 2, Córdoba, Andalusia, 14003 , Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star hotel
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      A travel blog entry by matt81 on Apr 04, 2013


      ... for the "next fix", the next country, the next frontier, the next crazy feat, perhaps all at the risk of your home life. Your family and friends. Gotta go home eventually. Stick that leg too far out there and you may never come back. Or things may have changed a lot since you've been away. And you will have to get back up to speed.

      Sometimes noises bother me. The old zippers and plastic bags, rustling in the morning as early ...

      Checkpoint Cordoba

      A travel blog entry by emizner on Jun 07, 2012

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      We managed to leave Sevilla a bit easier than we came in, despite the GPS telling us that there was no satellite reception in the entire city area. The drive to Cordoba was even relatively until, once again, we got inside the city. At this point, we again winding through a long series of little roads, many of which were under construction. We pulled up to one in the direction of our hotel, and noticed a taxi stop, and then continue on. We ...

      Wonders of Cordoba

      A travel blog entry by dmarek on Dec 06, 2011

      60 photos

      ... clothes and set out for a quick meal because we had decided to get tickets for the luz and sonida show at the Alcazar. We passed by a few restaurants and settled on a place that had a set menu of the day for 10 euros. We had a hard time deciding what to have since we didn't know most of the items. I ended up with a ratatouille with fried egg on top for primo course; Juliet had chicken soup with a hard-boiled egg in it. For ...

      No kebabs to be had

      A travel blog entry by ataritouchme on Feb 03, 2011

      13 photos

      ... seeing the "Do you mind if I breastfeed here?" line translated in the Language section of each book, but alas! I am a fool.

      Yesterday, I went with the others to La Mezquita, which is a former mosque turned into a church. As you (hopefully) know, Moors dominated a good part of Spain for roughly 700 years, and this is one of the most enduring bits of physical evidence of this. A lot of people would say the Alhambra in Granada is better, but I was underwhelmed when ...

      Could it get any hotter!

      A travel blog entry by andrewjm on Sep 13, 2010

      ... that is over in these countries. Nothing compares to what it is back home. It is all soft or textured differently here. Even the yogurt is flavor infused and contains no fruit. By the time it is opened, it has curdled. Also gross, but again, there is a lack of choices and language barrier for us here. Most shops close for the entire afternoon and do not open again until 7pm. Not what we are accustomed too and for the most part this has not worked in the schedule, ...