Travel Blogs from Cordoba, Argentina

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Hanging out in Cordova, Cordova, Argentina travel blog

Hanging out in Cordova

A travel blog entry by bschiller

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... , 1 American) we went to a strange little village named Villa General Belgrano that for some mysterious reason was located in Argentina instead of Germany. All the houses had a eurpean look and the restaurants serve Gulash and Shtrudel. We also tried a ...

¡Baila! (Dance!), Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

¡Baila! (Dance!)

A travel blog entry by ktolle

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Is there anything more Argentine than the sensuous dance of tango?  Probably not.  While I was in Argentina I had the opportunity to study (and perform) the beautiful dance of love.  Although tango is certainly an intricate part of ...

Christmas a la Kosta del Sol, La Cumbre, Argentina travel blog

Christmas a la Kosta del Sol

A travel blog entry by americantale

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We spent a few days in Cordoba in northern Argentina, which reminded us of a mix of Bangkok, New York...a definite Asian city twist with serviced high rise apartments and intense heat...wow, l think it was 34C the day we were there and real humid!! We ...

Che day, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Che day

A travel blog entry by livtajim

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... book at the end we couldn´t help but laugh at one comment saying he was HOT! We made our way back to Cordoba and went to a great parillada (barbecue) restaurant for some great steak and wine. Tonight the Olympic football final was being played ...

Vida de noche (Nightlife), Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Vida de noche (Nightlife)

A travel blog entry by ktolle

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... back!  Today's article is inspired by a conversation I had with a friend from home about the schedule difference in Argentina.  In Cordoba, the siesta hour (or usually more like a few hours) is strictly observed.  From around 1pm until 4pm ...

staying positive, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

staying positive

A travel blog entry by brettelmer

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... , travelpod.com. I read around 15-20 blogs and curiously, the bulk of them all began something like this, "Cordoba is a university town, Argentina's second largest city with just over a million people, so it seemed worth a look..." Then, they would all ...

So many Israelis, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

So many Israelis

A travel blog entry by alyssaginsburg

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Hello from Cordoba! Turns out that when in Argentina, the best way to pick up Spanish is to stay at a hostel with 1000 Israelis!  Just kidding. During my last hours in Rosario, I talked with a girl from my dorm, Inbar, and we both realized we were ...

The One Where Katha Writes, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

The One Where Katha Writes

A travel blog entry by 3trippers

... Fremdsprache ist. Ein Auszug der Vokabeln, die ich schon gelernt habe, habe ich auf meinem Blog hochgeladen (http://katha-en-argentina.blog.de). Ich komm trotzdem immer noch mit den ganzen Wörtern durch´n Tüddel. Über unsere regelmäßigen ...

The Gaucho Life at Estancia Los Potreros, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

The Gaucho Life at Estancia Los Potreros

A travel blog entry by ontheroa

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To the east of the Andes in the centre of Argentina is the country's second major city, Cordoba. Nearby are the beautiful hills of the Sierra de Cordoba where we will spend three nights camping at a unique Anglo Argentinean estancia. This has been in the ...

No, I do NOT enjoy cow´s stomach!!, Córdoba, Argentina travel blog

No, I do NOT enjoy cow´s stomach!!

A travel blog entry by quincy_allen

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... 7:30am and I am groggy from the sleeping tablet I had on the bus at 10pm the night before! And, the taxi drivers in Cordoba are striking!! Fantastic, we have to walk in the rain with our heavy packs and we don´t know where our hostel ...

Argentinas second City, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Argentinas second City

A travel blog entry by celeea

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... bus not really knowing what to expect as we had not done much research. The only thing that we knew was that Cordoba was Argentina's second largest city. The hostel which we stayed in was really nice (and warm) and the people who worked there were really ...

Flying to Cordoba, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Flying to Cordoba

A travel blog entry by danasv

... in a whole lot of sugar, and its supposed to be quite good for you. After a short flight to Argentina I checked in again for my flight to Cordoba. I had 2.5 hours in the Buenos Aires domestic airport, but they passed quickly because I'd used the book ...

Lots of time o the truck, Villa Maria, Argentina travel blog

Lots of time o the truck

A travel blog entry by maddieuk

Lots of miles to cover today and tomorrow, so a long day on the truck, and a one – night stay at a campsite around Villa Maria. We are heading towards Colonia San Pellegrini, which is an Argentinian nature reserve., where we should see our first ...

A few days in Cordoba, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

A few days in Cordoba

A travel blog entry by dianeontheroad

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Sam invited me to join his couchsurfing trekking group on Sunday 20th, I was ready for a hike and some good exercise so was happy to be invited! We got the local bus (only just making it after getting up a bit last minute!), and travelled for a ...

En bus lechero a Córdoba, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

En bus lechero a Córdoba

A travel blog entry by borjul

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... dicho a Boris. Eran las 11 a.m. El viaje debía durar aproximadamente 8 horas, asi que calculamos que nuestro arribo a Cordoba sería alrededor de las 7 p.m. Pensamos, también (equivocadamente) que Córdoba quedaba en el recorrido de Mendoza hacia Buenos ...

Carlos zijn weekendhuis, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Carlos zijn weekendhuis

A travel blog entry by heinlisenka

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... , niet van: stuur ons iemand die ons eerder naar Cordoba brengt, maar stuur ons iemand die ons VEILIG en eerder naar Cordoba brengt. Wij hadden een snelheidsduivel gekregen! Todo diablo! (in tegenstelling tot allejezus), de afdrukken van mijn tenen staan ...

Nunca Más: Argentina's last military dictatorship, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Nunca Más: Argentina's last military dictatorship

A travel blog entry by fester_mower

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... Election posters here invariably zoom in on the candidate’s face and carry some meaningless slogan about “transforming Argentina” or “understanding the heart of the people”, but without any reference to any specific ...

A tale of two cities, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

A tale of two cities

A travel blog entry by charding

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... hidden colonial buildings. Turns out it was just the north being shit. This being the first proper place we had been to in Argentina, I finally go to experience their way of life - and its amazing! Obviously the steaks are well known, but jesus they are ...

Argentina at last, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Argentina at last

A travel blog entry by gilesandjane

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A few hours in Salta en route before a big night out in this legendary student city...except everything was closed because of the national elections the next ...

Mainly bus rides and night out in Cordoba, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Mainly bus rides and night out in Cordoba

A travel blog entry by christianbjork

Placemarker for today... Mainly just a busride form Rosario (left 7.30am) to Cordoba (arrived around 2.30pm or so) which cost around 50 pesos (about 18 USD). Now going out with my host... till' next ...

Another Argentinian City... Cordoba, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Another Argentinian City... Cordoba

A travel blog entry by allisonakemi

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... out the second largest city in Argentina, Cordoba with over 1.5 million inhabitants.  The city is named after Cordoba, Spain. Cordoba, Argentina was one of the first Spanish colonial capitals of this country. I keep forgetting that it is January ...

Am I still in South America?, Córdoba, Argentina travel blog

Am I still in South America?

A travel blog entry by robin-ras

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Another short entry here, as I am knackered! I arrived in Córdoba on Tuesday and managed to meet up with Simone fairly straightforwardly. We're in a hostel that's nice and central and full of interesting characters! We spent yesterday just wandering ...

Muchas iglesias y colas, pero no mucho más, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Muchas iglesias y colas, pero no mucho más

A travel blog entry by vickicooper

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... am pretty pleased about… at least I think I am understanding it correctly :s  That evening I watched (on TV) the Argentina v Germany football match and understod a fair bit of the commentary and pretty much everything that Maradonna said in his ...

Top 10 things to do in Córdoba, Argentina, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Top 10 things to do in Córdoba, Argentina

A travel blog entry by fester_mower

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... of the huge metropolises of South America, Córdoba has everything you need.  Home to many universities – including Argentina’s earliest and South America’s second university, created in 1613 – Córdoba has a slightly more ...

Soaring with the condors, Mina Clavero, Argentina travel blog

Soaring with the condors

A travel blog entry by mark_kate

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On the recommendation of the hostel owner we left Cordoba for a night to visit the small town of Minas Clavaro out in the country to try and see condors. Getting there was a bit of a mission because we almost ran to the bus station only to find out that ...

Asado...steak...and gauchos., Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Asado...steak...and gauchos.

A travel blog entry by zoeclares

... a vegetarian, this could perhaps have been my worst nightmare, in fact i almost feel bad that it wasn´t, but once you understand Argentina, it is hard to refuse its culture. Plus, i was slightly intrigued by the grilled steaks smeared in tomato and ...

I'm a survivor......, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

I'm a survivor......

A travel blog entry by adelecarroll

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I know I've only just blogged and you will be sick of me but I'm just sat in Retiro Terminal Omnibus in BA waiting for my 9pm bus - I got here at 630pm, better to be early! And I'm reflecting on how mental (or brave) I am... I do get a little sense of ...

Riding with Gauchos - Cordoba, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Riding with Gauchos - Cordoba

A travel blog entry by rosiepearson

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... the night was welcome relief. In the evening we headed out and caught a tango show which has to be done when you are in Argentina. The tango was fantastic and they also had 2 singers although towards the end of the evening it began to feel a bit like an ...

Beautiful nature day in Cordoba, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Beautiful nature day in Cordoba

A travel blog entry by christianbjork

Just a short entry for now, but I'm making some notes for later... Today I went to Carlos Paz with Sabrina. Went to some hills and lakes, really beautiful... Beautiful weather... super tired... bus to mendoza ...

Flying with the Condors, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Flying with the Condors

A travel blog entry by kiwi_surfer

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... my mind. Anahi and her friends were very warm. For the first time since being in Argentina, I felt like I was truly experiencing real argentine culture. Cordoba is a student city with 1.5 million inhabitants. The eye opening thing for me was that ...

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