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Cordoba is the second biggest city in Argentina. It was quite strange being back in a proper city again. After leaving the piece and quiet of the estancia, it was a big change. We did t really get up to much, people were happy just to wander. We went for an amazing dinner at an Italian restaurant called La mamma. It was pricey for pasta in Argentina, but it was very good. Next day was an early start, 5:30am. We are on our way to ...
... a dangerous combination. We also had some musicians for the town to play. These guys were much better than the Bolivians. Day two, everyone is moving a bit slowly today after drinking last night. We set off for another day if riding. Today we headed down to a little waterfall. It was quite a hilly steep ride, it is amazing how the horses manage to get over all the rocks. Tonight we are having a BBQ put on by the estancia. Looking forward to some steaks and ...
... Italian club (let's face it....I probably know more of this language through studying music than Spanish!) and I was actually serenaded by one guy as he walked me to Spanish y cerveza!!! To be honest, when he suggested singing for me, I thought that he meant at some point in the future.....who am I kidding, I had no real idea how to translate the time-frame....but I've learned that in Argentina, they have a 'there's no time like the present' attitude!! I really had ...
... off hunger with a few nuts and a couple of pieces of fruit, we got our head down for some kip.
Then at 10.30 the lights came on and we stopped at a service station in the middle of nowhere for ´dinner.´ 10.30!! We followed the locals´ lead and sat down. It was a set menu of burger and smash but the bus company did pay, which half made up for the ridiculous time. We set off again at 11.30. I´m not even sure if you can call that dinner to be ...
... is a big student town and is also renowned for its art galleries. By complete chance we arrived when there was some sort of art festival on and entry was free to all the galleries. We strolled around a couple of them, disagreeing as we always do on what we liked, before heading back into the main area of town to track down a cafe that had been recommended to us by the hotel for lunch.
It is the little things, the unexpected things, that can make a day stick ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility