Travel Blogs from Cordoba, Argentina

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Cordoba, Argentina: A Great Stopover, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Cordoba, Argentina: A Great Stopover

A travel blog entry by driftin

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Cordoba is usually a stopover point for people traveling through Argentina as it is smack dab in the middle of the country.  I spent a few days in the city walking through the varioius neighborhoods and plazas.  Some of the churches and ...

sam, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

sam

A travel blog entry by ccchrissie

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... road through the Valle de Punilla, following the route of the former railway, unfortunately now removed part of the way – Argentina generally has held on to it's railways, despite the poor state of repair of many, they could be resurrected in the ...

So jumped out of a plane!, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

So jumped out of a plane!

A travel blog entry by sandramoloney

Cordoba was a lovely, laid-back city. It had some beautiful churches, a famous Jesuit university and lots of pedestrian streets so you could easily walk around. We also stayed in maybe our cheapest hostel so far ($9 US) which included free breakfast AND ...

Facing Retiro, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Facing Retiro

A travel blog entry by bobnkaren

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... at least. When you enter you're faced with rows and rows of ticket counters, each for a different company organized by the area of Argentina you're traveling to. So you need rows of kiosks for the north, more rows for the south, 2 more for the center, ...

A quick detour to sunny Cordoba, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

A quick detour to sunny Cordoba

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey

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... - a chilling place located in a former detention/torture centre of 'D2', the Information Department of the Polica of Cordoba during Argentina's military dictatorship of 1976-1983. It focussed on the atrocities of the so-called Dirty War, including the ...

Classes, Homework, Friends, Horses & Mattresses, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Classes, Homework, Friends, Horses & Mattresses

A travel blog entry by julessabbatical

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... - really lovely people from Germany - and one in particular - Lisa (the one I rode with from the airport). Ok - next up - city life in Cordoba, my new apt, and starting my volunteer project. Things are looking up!! Besos, Jules on Sabbatical ...

Camino de las Altas Cumbres, Mina Clavero, Argentina travel blog

Camino de las Altas Cumbres

A travel blog entry by iljoaca

Aprovechando un dÝa lluvioso y feo. Decidimos agarrar el auto y hacer el camino de las altas cumbres, para visitar Mina Clavero. El camino de las altas cumbres es espectacular! la bajada desde la montana hasta la ciudad de mina clavero es hermosa!!!! ...

cordoba, our base for argentinas travel, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

cordoba, our base for argentinas travel

A travel blog entry by westy2222

... much fun.  first 2 nights we spent in a traditional argentinan house, with juli juan and hisa friend vick.  ate tradition argentina pizzas and platters and steak cooked over an open fire, drank alot of local beers and chilled buy the pool. ...

Cordoba, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Cordoba

A travel blog entry by rtvegan

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Cordoba under the ...

Jezu´eten estancia’s uit de 16de eeuw, La Cumbre, Argentina travel blog

Jezu´eten estancia’s uit de 16de eeuw

A travel blog entry by dattatreya

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... smeden, spinnen, weven ed. Met de opbrengsten hiervan financierden ze de seminaries en de door hen opgezette universiteit in Cordoba. Uiteraard probeerden ze ook hun slaven te kerstenen.  Tot de 16e eeuw werd de maatschappij in Zuid Amerika ...

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