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TravelPod Member ReviewsHosteria Plaza Cordoba
This is a family run hostel, the rooms were adequate and I had a safe, bathroom and three beds in my room. There's also a nice hang out area as well as a kitchen area which is a fridge, sink and microwave. Breakfast is coffee/tea, toast adn/or pastry - pretty basic. There's also a pool in front and a playground across the street.
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Once I got the German boys to shut off their awful jazz and
rap music was able to sleep as well as the cheap saggy mattress allowed – the blackout
Didn’t have a great deal of success trying to see the Manzana,
the Jesuit complex, as the minimum was 2 people. Headed off to hunt down a book
exchange but no luck their either and was foiled by the art museum – gave up
and headed to the super to ...
... often, it’s about time too. Happy I did Buenos Aires first and now more central and calmer cities to think more about my time-off, my plans and where I want to go.
Perfect mindset for the next 10 hours on the bus (even if I know I will fall asleep in 10 mins once in that “cama” confortable seat)
Goodbye Cordoba, “encantado” to meet you!
Next stop Mendoza. Wine, excursions, nature and my first horse ...
... together. Found a load of stairs and at the top there was a big park and a zoo and an old funfair. Walked to plaça españa and saw a whole new part of cordoba. It was really big there, castles and palaces, big museums, big roundabouts, ... Went to eat something before going to the museum, nice grilled veg and nice salads!! Then went to the museum of fine arts, it was CLOSED. Typical. The guy said that they were changing the works for an exibition and that at 20h there ...
... Belgrano, home to the 3rd biggest Oktoberfest (German beer festival for the layman) in the world. Well... The spot was really nice, in the woods and stuff, but because it had been raining a few hours before and it was midweek at 4pm, it was totally empty. Regardless, Simon got to drink some beer (Duff beer, the Simpsons beer!) and I got to eat a Berna wurst (sausage stuffed with cheese and rolled in bacon). The town itself was so German kitsch, ...
... would notice two obvious gringos! It turned out that the hostel had ordered us a taxi and this would take us the short distance to the ranch.
It transpired that the range was almost 40 km away, at least 30km of which was a stoney, holey dirt road which literally only led to the hostel. It took us an hour and a half and 6 gate openings before we arrived. The scenery was amazing, Zoe commented that it looked ´bobbly´due to the ...