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TravelPod Member ReviewsCordoba Centro Córdoba
Cordoba is a great city, not very big but beautiful buildings, gardens and city center. I spent two days in Cordoba and slept at Funky Cordoba hostels. The room was for 2 people, and it looked a hotel room, we had our own bathroom with everything in it! The breakfast was also good and cheap, i would recommend it to everyone. Nice, cosy and cheep hostel ;)
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... walk around the corner lead us to Plaza de Corredera, about the same size as Plaza Mayor in Madrid, but lacking in the grandeur. We stopped for a glass of wine before going to the nearest store to pick up groceries. We had decided to eat in since most restaurants in the area appeared closed, but the selection was severely lacking. Jack opted for a prepared dinner in a tomato sauce that looked like chicken drummettes. When we got home with our few salad ...
Tuesday 2 June 2015
In the afternoon we took the bus to Santiponce where there is an impressive Roman site,
Italica, which was the first Roman site in Spain founded in 206 BC. Very impressive and extensive.
Wednesday 3 June 2015
Today we took the renfe (fast train) to Cordoba ...
... of Cordoba by King Ferdinand [the Holy]. The now cathedral was consecrated the next day so there has only been one day in well over a millenium that religious services were not conducted there.
The present cathedral was only started in the 16th c. It had a sumptuous feel, reflective of Cordoba's power. Many relics are of silver and gold [at least when the Spanish controlled the traffic in these precious metals from the New World].
The belltower ...
... front of me as i literally watched the heat roll off the ground. (PS: Mom, hell is not a swear word, its in the apostles creed now, so if its in the bible i can say it, right?).
Anyhoo, I've attached some pictures detailing my little adventures, because theres too many to explain here in flu detail. Be sure to read the caption and that should sum things up. If you care to know more, leave a comment on the picture or the blog post itself.
As of now, there are ...
... 30 activities that was teeming, a major food market, a massive linear park created by putting underground all the railway lines that had divided the city and inumerable religious buildings ... saint this and saint that.
No matter how high the statue, it seems to me there's a pigeon on top. There's a meaning there ... however high you are there's always someone/thing, no matter how small, that will be there to pass an opinion, to make their ...