Travel Blogs from Cordoba, Argentina

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Cordoba Day 2 - High Season nearly over!, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Cordoba Day 2 - High Season nearly over!

A travel blog entry by veromarcos

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... that the coffee producers are not that far away from Chile - must be a export issue. Its not expensive either in Argentina, with 2 coffees (with yummy choclates offered with them) for $7 pesos (1.5 euro). We have enjoyed "back to school" shopping ...

The Weekend in Jesus Maria, Jesus Maria, Argentina travel blog

The Weekend in Jesus Maria

A travel blog entry by rbartorillo

Cataratas iguazu, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Cataratas iguazu

A travel blog entry by veronelup

well....last week I went to Iguazu.......amazing beautiful place. Iguazu Falls is in the North of Argentina, and it is shared by 2 countries, Brazil and Argentina. Even though they have tours to both countries, I couldn't go because of Visa issues. But ...

Kordoba za pocetnike, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Kordoba za pocetnike

A travel blog entry by zorica_m

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11-13.01.2013. Posle 11 sati nocne voznje busom od BA, stigle smo u Kordobu, kod Oljinih prijatelja. Renata je Kordobljanka udata za Cigu, zive u Zagrebu, ali su za Bozic isli Renatinim roditeljima u posetu. S njima je bio i Matej, momak iz Oljinog ...

Che soddisfazione..., Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Che soddisfazione...

A travel blog entry by mowgli

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... essere attraversata a piedi attraverso un ponte... ma ve lo raccontero quando lo avro' fatto! sono contento di lasciare l'amata argentina con una citta' cosi' bella! il ricordo rimane moltp piu' piacevole... Domani in piu' mi tocca un lavoraccio... ...

Che's House!, Alta Gracia, Argentina travel blog

Che's House!

A travel blog entry by calmyourjets

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An hour's journey on a minibus to the south west of Cordoba is the small town of Alta Gracia where Ernesto "Che" Guevara spent much of his childhood. Germa and I went to visit his childhood home which has now been turned into a museum. The house ...

Cordoba, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Cordoba

A travel blog entry by beccarose

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... to watch Asaf stuff his face with meat. And yes, for the record I have been trying meat along my travels (especially here in Argentina)....and while I admit that it is pretty good, I don´t think I could or would ever be able to eat an entire steak ...

My first days, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

My first days

A travel blog entry by veronelup

This week i embarked on a  new adventure. I arrived in Cordoba, Argentina on Monday morning. My flight was pretty nice, got to talk to some people or at least tried to practice my Spanish. But it was nothing compared to waht I was exposed in Cordoba. ...

Cordoba, Argentina, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Cordoba, Argentina

A travel blog entry by nwtmike

Cordoba, ...

Cordoba day2, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Cordoba day2

A travel blog entry by fsorbie

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... and art in general. Then we saw a fountain show with music, went into the passeo del buen pastor with art from young artists of cordoba, went into another church, saw a protest, went to a supermarket and went home. We were all a bit slow so only made it ...

Cordobaman, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Cordobaman

A travel blog entry by jameshopkinson

... religious movement from Europe that settled in Cordoba back in the 1600s and introduced education to the area. Cordoba had the first university in Argentina as the Jesuits believed that education was very important. The university here was one of three ...

Party Time In Cordoba, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Party Time In Cordoba

A travel blog entry by ronamayk

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... is... If you know where are all the students of Cordoba and where are all the people please tell them to go back to Cordoba! Although all those thing, we succeeded on doing one fun thing - SKYDIVING! On Tuesday we went to do skydiving - Keren, Arnon ...

Not exactly relaxing, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Not exactly relaxing

A travel blog entry by jondells

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... are married, especially the women.  I also got quite a bit of run down on the economic crash that Argentina underwent a decade ago.  A couple of things she could not explain to me though were why all the ladies just carried ...

Blije gezichtjes in het weeshuis, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Blije gezichtjes in het weeshuis

A travel blog entry by heinlisenka

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... als buitenlands, dus dat is mooi.   Ons klusavontuur begon een aantal dagen geleden. Dinsdag zijn ´s ochtends vroeg in Cordoba aangekomen en Carlos zei toen dat we die dag helaas niet naar weeshuis toekonden. Jammer, maar oke, dat kunnen we ...

Che Guevara lived here, Córdoba, Argentina travel blog

Che Guevara lived here

A travel blog entry by muzz_travelling

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... more countries out there for the eager traveler to explore and I was ready to go. The next stop would be Cordoba, all the way back in Argentina. I guess I got a little carried away with Brazil and traveled way too far. Now its time to do some serious ...

Almost three weeks in Cordoba, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Almost three weeks in Cordoba

A travel blog entry by bgibson

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I spent almost three weeks in Cordoba. It was a really cool stop. There was a lot of partying going on here but I did some other stuff as well. The day I showed up they started the cordoda rally race. That night they presented the cars not far from ...

Travel to my home city-Cordoba!, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Travel to my home city-Cordoba!

A travel blog entry by muns_sj

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left Mendoza for Cordoba on this day. after 10hrs of driving we (Nono, Carlos Casas & Me) made it to Nono´s house in Barrio Maipu (Maipu is the ...

Ungerecht zu Codoba, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Ungerecht zu Codoba

A travel blog entry by seg_berlin

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... . Es ist zwar immer noch wahnsinnig heiss, aber die Strassen wimmeln vor Leuten, vor allem Studenten (schliesslich hat Cordoba sechs verschiedene Universitaeten). Und spaetestens nach dem Mittagessen (ein grosses Steak, was sonst...) muss ich zugegen, ...

I've finally moved on., Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

I've finally moved on.

A travel blog entry by bangkokrandy

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... - and quite pretty ones at that. I think in my next life I'll come back as an English professor at the university in Cordoba, Argentina!) Wednesday, 06 April Well, the time has come to leave Cordoba - and I really regret it. This is the first place ...

Excursion a Villa Carlos Paz, Villa Carlos Paz, Argentina travel blog

Excursion a Villa Carlos Paz

A travel blog entry by coleauxv

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Le lendemain, le temps est nuageux mais je décide néanmoins de partir en excursion à Villa Carlos Paz, un des premiers villages à la sortie de Córdoba juste à côté du lac San Roque. C'est un village beaucoup plus touristique et plus important. ...

Hola Chicos!, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Hola Chicos!

A travel blog entry by comfortsontour

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... mind you which doesn't come close to being equal to 5 stars in the UK or Europe) but still - pretty swanky compared to hostels! :) Cordoba has more life than Mendoza but is still a bit bland really. The food choices here aren't very good either and we ...

When Governments go bad, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

When Governments go bad

A travel blog entry by juliasussams

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... BNP (far right UK political party) if we start restricting their right to speak where does it end?  Also, as the current left(ish) leaning society in Argentina proves, it doesn´t actually work.  Serious bit over - time for more wine in Mendoza. ...

Cordoba under the rain..., Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Cordoba under the rain...

A travel blog entry by worldtaste

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Was not so horrible to get some rain in Cordoba as I was so late in my blog and I had also the french tax to take care: quite hard to think that you still have to pay tax when you know that it s more than one year that you did not earn money. I took ...

Talkin 'bout a Revolution!, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Talkin 'bout a Revolution!

A travel blog entry by arikandcharis

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... last day in town was filled with relaxation, checking out churches, and chillaxing in a pretty sketch park. Considering Cordoba is Argentina's second largest city, it is minute compared to the metropolis of Buenos Aires. Having a dozen universities, ...

Rosario and Cordoba, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Rosario and Cordoba

A travel blog entry by anderwatts

... biggest city, this town is about halfway between the Chile border and the Atlantic Ocean, more or less in the center of Argentina.  It has seven universities I think, and you can tell by the youth of the population.  We were hoping for ...

The city and it's surroundings, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

The city and it's surroundings

A travel blog entry by aporter

... Otherwise, I find this place a bit dull for being the 2nd largest city in Argentina. +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ After a night of rest, Mark and I joined up on a tour of Cordoba's ...

Lessons in History and Authenticity, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Lessons in History and Authenticity

A travel blog entry by lyndshane

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... We took the morning to catch a few more zzz's before heading out to scope the city. Córdoba is considered Argentina’s 'second city’, holding the second largest population outside of Buenos Aires and boasting seven major universities. As you ...

Cordoba = mi corazon, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Cordoba = mi corazon

A travel blog entry by maryberry

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CORDOBA So I took a break from the big city life of Buenos Aires and found my heart in Cordoba!!!! Apart from some great history with Jesuit Missions, I had the opportunity to be out in nature and get on a horse everyday.  Amazing.  I met ...

Under Carmela´s Control in Cordoba, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Under Carmela´s Control in Cordoba

A travel blog entry by fishtails04

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... an unknown friend of the friend.  She took one look at my faded, shabby travel wardrobe and proclaimed, again, "When in Argentina..."  She clearly wasn´t going to allow me out on a date dressed in my ´colonial lady´ ensemble... it ...

Finally, Something to Do!, Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Finally, Something to Do!

A travel blog entry by brookeandchris

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... around to visit some of the art museums there before heading back to the university for the tour at 5. The state universities in Argentina are free, and students come from all over Latin America to attend school here. Next year will be 400 years since ...

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