Hotel Boston

Address: Malaga 2, Córdoba, Andalusia, 14003 , Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Córdoba

Córdoba y el Mezquita

A travel blog entry by chalsmfalk on Feb 10, 2013

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... in that then actually getting to the beautiful 9th century Mosque that was right across the Guadalquivir River.

We then crossed the bridge and eagerly waited to see what lies ahead. I had only seen pictures of the mosque through my art history class. We entered into the courtyard and then actually into the building and it was very astonishing. I thought that what we saw once we got in was ...

I'll go this way......

A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Mar 26, 2012

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... top limit is 120....translates into about 140.....thats decent. through the towns....lots of speed humps...and cross walks and lights...and roundabouts everywhere they keep the traffic moving nice. No one really signals a lot....and no one gets annoyed. Everyone seems to know no one is trying to deliberately kill anybody. Secondary speed limits are all over the place...the road signage is amazing way better than at home. Seems they spent a lot of money ...

Turtles in the patio!

A travel blog entry by catswain on Aug 07, 2011

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... in the middle of all the famous old windy streets of Cordoba.

After a quick lunch with 2 members of my program, I came back to the hotel and tried to use the wifi. It didn´t work very well in my room, so I went downstairs to the beautiful patio that is in the center of the hotel. I sat by myself in the patio and used Google Talk to call Stuart. It was so nice to hear his voice and to catch up things!!

While I was talking to Stuart, one of ...

Travelling alone doesnt happen in Spain

A travel blog entry by alex.quataert on Feb 11, 2011

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... it was a new, awesome experience.

The next day, I went to the Mezquita (mosque) that was actually a cathedral. cool little bit of history from that; when the moors built it, they forced christian captives to carry bells from Galicia to La Mezquita on their backs. during the Reconquista, Christians made the Muslim captives to the same thing, in reverse. That is where the tradition of carrying (small) bells of the Camino ...

Adventures in Andalucia

A travel blog entry by brittod on May 09, 2010

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... apparently it's a very traditional
dish. I tried to be adventureous and failed miserably...lets just say it wasn't my forte but everything else was tasty! We then walked to the mezquita which has so much history. Originally, built by the Visigoths to be taken over and destroyed by the Muslims. It went through four different stages of construction. Today, it's a cathedral but has the look of half mosque, half cathedral. (Beth, loved the hundreds of candycanes in the ...