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The first classes have started.. and omg its really a lot thougher than I thought... because the first two weeks went so well! The last time I wrote I was going to go to the nineteendayfeast, Córdoba and i would meet my other buddy.
That fridaynight, Ana Maria, the spanish girl with whom I had contact with in …
Just a short 1-hour train ride east of Sevilla is this quaint little town of Cordoba. It is similar to Sevilla, just of smaller scale. It was very peaceful when we arrived this afternoon. Very few places are actually open on a Sunday. Church bells were ringing throughout this small city and we were lucky to find a very nice local to point us in the …
... to the old city just as the sun is setting. A quick look around is in order before we start thinking about what to do for the evening. Gail is keen to see a Flamenco show whilst I just want to eat. The dilemma is resolved when we spot a restaurant offering a free Flamenco show at 9.00 pm for all diners. The show was short but interesting, the food was reasonable and the drinks paid for the "free" show! I was wondering why there was no drink menu/price ...
... aren't early risers. In this place you can still find a cafe or restaurant that's filled with locals and it's mainly the Spanish that holiday there. It's pretty dormant in winter like much of coastal Spain but certainly comes to life about this time.
Cordoba was our next destination. The gigantic Mosque or Mezquita, built during the period of Moorish occupation, is said to be the most splendid Islamic monument in the western world. Its construction ...
After a rather long busride through to Cordoba, we had a chilled out night heading up to the supermarket and picking up some stuff to make some wraps which we enjoyed on our rooftop terrace with a view out over the Cordoba Cathedral along with a glass or two of... SANGRIA! (surprise surprise).
However I got a fright at 10pm when all of a sudden there was a voice booming out over the city!.. what I didn't realise is that our hostel was based in ...
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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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