Che Salguero / Hostel Cultural
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChe Salguero / Hostel Cultural Cordoba
Mu stay here was pleasant. The staff are friendly and the beds are comfortable, and they provide in house events and activities.
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Here I am, starting the big adventure that is travelling around South America can start. Currently in my bed of a six-bed dorm room full of argentine guys (and cute yes!), but sick haha. I must admit that I didn't see anything so special about Cordoba capital. I went around in other villages really pretty and felt like in my best disney dreams! I …
Yep, I left Buenos Aires... And I'm glad I did, because I'm loving Argentina's second biggest city, Córdoba! Its manageable in size and it's easy to get around using a map.
I arrived in Córdoba last Tuesday 22 October, but I haven't had much opportunity to do touristy things because straight away I started taking Spanish lessons with a …
... lunch inspiration – can’t face any more of
the hideous bread. Ended up with fried eggs and oven chips, comfort food, but
have to take advantage of the oven.
Headed out later to check out the classical string
performances in front of the Manzana – of course the tourist office were
clueless (and happy to remain so) about it and pretty much everything else,
both in the centre and at the bus station!
... but because of my outfit. These people probably haven't seen bare legs in months. I run down cobbled streets and see the important buildings of Cordoba. I dodge shady streets and can tell by the warmth of the sun at 7 am that it is going to be a pleasant day for walking.
We spend the day walking the entire city with our packs. For Jaclyn, that only means a medium sized purse, for Stacy it's a medium sized backpack and for me ...
... recommend the tour highly enough, with an informative breakdown of Argentinian history as well as the Jesuits. With the wealth of natural resources Argentina contains, it's almost staggering the tribulations that the economy has been through (its crashed about 3 times in the last 50 years alone), and our guide discusses the sense of national underachievement this has created. The Jesuits had a strong influence in Cordoba, setting up an early university, and the idea that 'the ...