Travel Blogs from Cordoba, Argentina

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The university town of Cordoba, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

The university town of Cordoba

A travel blog entry by brendanlarkin

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My first impressions were I didnt like this place. Having spent two days here I saw nothing to disuade me from that impression. I have learned to trust my instincts since coming here and they havent steered me wrong so far. We will leave today and go to ...

Up Hill, El Condor, Argentina travel blog

Up Hill

A travel blog entry by hpeier12

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... Frontyard , for deterrance , but this not stopped those young Idiots. This Mountain Range used to be the training ground for the Argentina Rally Drivers before it was paved. stopped early at the La Posta Mountain resort since I did not wanted to drive at ...

long Day, Mina Clavero, Argentina travel blog

long Day

A travel blog entry by hpeier12

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Saying good by to Magda the owner of the La Diamela B&B and thanked her for the good stay I had . Went to Andy's Hangar to ligthen my pack for the long ride I had planned for today. The Weather is perfect nice sunny and 20 deg C , it would be crime ...

Buenos Aires, La Cumbre, Argentina travel blog

Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by hpeier12

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The City of BA makes great effort to convince the population to switch from Cars to Bicycles with Bike-lanes, but they are not fully connected and sometimes ending dead end. It is nice to see they make at least the effort in this heavy Automobil ...

Cordoba, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Cordoba

A travel blog entry by kandg

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Day 233 - 234 - Cordoba Swapping accommodation as quickly as possible and Cordoba is looking infinitely more agreeable. Having spent much of our recent time in cities, I´ve come to the conclusion that the best way to enjoy towns is to sit in cafes and ...

Cordoba - La Cumbrecita, La Cumbrecita, Argentina travel blog

Cordoba - La Cumbrecita

A travel blog entry by kandg

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... tracks, we arrived in La Cumbrecita tired, hungry, thirsty and dirty. Our first concern was food which at 5:30pm in Argentina is usually an impossibility (dinner is normally taken at about 10:00pm). Fortunately the second place we tried took pity on ...

Mendoza - Cordoba, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Mendoza - Cordoba

A travel blog entry by kandg

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... , we walked, with backpacks, for a long distance before settling on a triple room in the pleasantly sounding Hotel Garden. If Argentina has the equivalent of a trading standards office then I´d suggest this place to be investigated. Never has a name been ...

Andy Hediger and La Cumbre, La Cumbre, Argentina travel blog

Andy Hediger and La Cumbre

A travel blog entry by hpeier12

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While waiting for my Visa in BA I decided to Fly over to Gordoba in Central Argentina where some years ago I had an Internet contact. The Guy had old SH14 Engines which Im always interested in, and maybee he still has something...so lets go and find ...

Central Argentina, La Cumbre, Argentina travel blog

Central Argentina

A travel blog entry by hpeier12

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The Weather is nice pleasent 20 degC ,went for a Bike tour from La Cumbra to Cruz Eje , visited an pretty interesting nice Bicycle & Motorcycle Museum. The roads are good, well maintained , no shoulder ,but luckely the Traffic is light and the ...

La Cumbrecita, La Cumbrecita, Argentina travel blog

La Cumbrecita

A travel blog entry by kandg

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... - Wank Hill. Most of the path was reasonably obvious but as we neared the summit (I can say summit because a hill in Argentina would qualify as a mountain in England) our only means of direction was by what looked the quickest and easiest way. Arrival at ...

another Happy Day, La Cumbre, Argentina travel blog

another Happy Day

A travel blog entry by hpeier12

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Did not Sleep to well last night , late Dinner and an much overheated Room , must have been 28 deg C in there prevented me from having a good sleep , finally at 2AM opened the door to the hallway to let some cooler Air in , the Window's where the non ...

Complaining Flyboy, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Complaining Flyboy

A travel blog entry by rich_mcg

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... the customary leather LazyBoy seats in an Argie bus, the vertically challenged one and I headed towards Cordoba in the centre of Argentina, drawn by the guidebooks promises of beautiful colonial architecture, sophisticated boulevards and friendly ...

Whistle stop tour!!!, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Whistle stop tour!!!

A travel blog entry by dawn_smedley

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We arrived bright & early in Cordoba and decided to do a whirlwind tour of the city and then jump on a bus to Paraguay at lunchtime!!!! So we dumped our bags for a few hours and started exploring... It´s a great little town from what we saw with ...

Day 34 - Long haul buses to Cordoba., Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Day 34 - Long haul buses to Cordoba.

A travel blog entry by jonathanlillie

... , but I know there are a lot of students here so probably something useless!This is the student capital of Argentina - 7 universities in total in Cordoba. Their terms work differently to the terms in the UK so even though it is July the students are ...

Day 35 - Recovering from a very late night., Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Day 35 - Recovering from a very late night.

A travel blog entry by jonathanlillie

... After the large steaks in Palermo, and now this, we are making a habit of making fools of ourselves in restaurants.In Cordoba at the moment. Because of the massive student population there are literally hundreds of really great bars here (which was a ...

Day 36 - Spanish Lessons., Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Day 36 - Spanish Lessons.

A travel blog entry by jonathanlillie

... a detox, so we all had a night off the booze last night and actually managed to get up and about to see some of Cordoba today.We visited some Jesuit ruins in the middle of the city. Called "Jesuitica" it was like an ancient church, but underneath the ...

Buenos Aires, Uruguay, Rosario and Cordoba, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Buenos Aires, Uruguay, Rosario and Cordoba

A travel blog entry by sjhadwin

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... 's lemonade. A great couple of days overall! We visited the childhood home of photogenic lunatic Che Guevara yesterday, here in Cordoba; a really interesting museum, it´s interesting to see how people look at him as an sort of icon here, not necessarily ...

Carlos, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Carlos

A travel blog entry by heinlisenka

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... die juist kwam inparkeren. Geen van beide bestuurders gaf ook maar enige kick en vervolgde rustig zijn weg. Welkom in Cordoba, Argentinie´s tweede grootste stad. Het huis van Carlos is een fantastisch museum met hele oude typemachines, radio´s en zelfs ...

Mamma mia!, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Mamma mia!

A travel blog entry by livtajim

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... onward tickets to Puerto Iguazu for the next day so we got that sorted before we ate. We went downtown, stopping in at Cordoba Backpackers which promised to have a book exchange. The great person there said it would not be a problem to use their book ...

City of Culture, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

City of Culture

A travel blog entry by peterandvivien

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22 March We took our stuff to the hotel and set off to walk round the old city. There were far more historical buildings and examples of classic Spanish (Jesuit influenced) architecture than in Mendoza and the narrower streets were full of hustle ...

Cordoba, Argentina, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Cordoba, Argentina

A travel blog entry by russellffc

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... since then, ill just check ...... o yeah when we were at iguazo. Right, we jumped onto the bus to cordoba which is sort of in the centre of argentina and was amazed how much in the middle of the rainforest we actually were in Iguazo falls (as we ...

Free camping by the river, Villa Carlos Paz, Argentina travel blog

Free camping by the river

A travel blog entry by arango

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Carlos Paz -mile 93,675 We stopped at Cordoba and had our ´´homemade´´ lunch at the Plaza San Martin where the locals made long lines to enter the banks. Cities are not really what we´re looking for, so we continued on...´´born to be wild...´´ ...

And More Che Guevera .. ha, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

And More Che Guevera .. ha

A travel blog entry by davyandelve

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... peaceful place u would like to live. A few snowflakes also fell when we were on our way to Alta Garcia. We decided to stay in Cordoba for a week basically to catch up on things and relax and chill for a few days. We booked our over night trip to Salta for ...

Rockclimbing and Revolutionaries, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Rockclimbing and Revolutionaries

A travel blog entry by cookage

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... about five hours.  Oh well, the only way is up right?  Oh, wait, we are going to be in Bolivia soon ...... Cordoba Backpackers was a welcome refuge but having arrived early in the morning, we had to wait till noon to get into the room.  ...

off in our red gol, La Cumbre, Argentina travel blog

off in our red gol

A travel blog entry by shadow13

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Me, amber and our golf set off from Cordoba and head north towards La Cumbre.  The drive is hassle free and fairly scenic and takes a couple of hours.  Is weird being a passenger and having the driver on my left but good in that amber was on my ...

Mina Clavero, Mina Clavero, Argentina travel blog

Mina Clavero

A travel blog entry by cat3

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Mina Clavero, a great break from the big cities.  It´s a sleepy little town, where we lodged with a sweet old lady, who actually gave us a clean bed in a quiet room - fantastic.  We spent the next couple of days lazing in the shade ...

Don´t look down!, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Don´t look down!

A travel blog entry by kerenk1019

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... started by exploring the city, saw lots of nice churches and beautiful buildings, but the main reason that people (Israelis mostly) come to Cordoba is for the skydiving. Before I left for this trip I had said that I wanted to skydive, however it was much ...

Picking Up The Pace, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Picking Up The Pace

A travel blog entry by rush

... place actually had heating something more than a little novel to me but greatly appreciated considering it was absolutely freezing and Cordoba was seeing the first snow recorded in over 80 years! Got chatting with a couple of Lasses from the States ...

Finally saying goodbye to Argentina!, Rosario, Cordoba and Mendoza, Argentina travel blog

Finally saying goodbye to Argentina!

A travel blog entry by jamesmc

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... with a massive monument. 2: Being the birthplace of Ernesto "Che" Guevara in 1928. 3: For having the best looking girls in Argentina...allegedly! I remembered the city pretty well from the last time I was there, all of 5 months ago, so it didn´t ...

Cordoba et les communautes hyppies, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Cordoba et les communautes hyppies

A travel blog entry by benguigue

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Depart mal organise de Mendoza, je ne trouve donc pas d'hote a Cordoba. Je ne resterai d'ailleurs qu'une journee dans la deuxieme ville du pays, apres avoir marche 10h d'afilee et vu tout ce qu'il y avait d'interessant, je ne reste pas avec une tres bonne ...

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