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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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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... as it was fairly busy. We had a very nice piece of BBQ meat which was for two. They give you wooden cutting boards each to slice up your meat. It took more than an hour for lunch and then we left to travel to our final stop which was the only privately owned estancia. There is not much left here apart from the church which like all the places we visited was painted white. It was interesting to be shown in this church the secret escape ...
... churches and the Jesuit Mission buildings before making our way to a small cafe, to buy empanadas for lunch. I ended up with a sweetcorn and onion pie, rather than an empanada, and on reaching our chosen picnic spot, Mr H realised he had actually ordered a mini-empanada, and not the giant Cornish pasty he was expecting. So, we shared the pie, which Mr H then managed to spill down himself. We returned to the hostel to clean ...
... the Falklands) I spent two excellent days in this laid back & hospitable town. Salta has loads of open, green spaces, beautiful plazas and friendly people. I hit the gym (yes I miss my exercise!), hit a few cafes and hit the bank for pesos (well, I didnīt actually hit a bank - just visited!). I don`t want to talk about finding a bar that showed the Wales V England game. The less said about that, the better!
After Salta, I travelled further south to experience the ...
... a lot more from Cordoba. After discovering on our first day that nothing was going on in terms on nightlife (or daylife for that matter), we searched for something to do on our second day that would make our stay a bit more entertaining. We found this in the form of go-karting which was amazing. After receiving our adrenalin rush from the 30 laps of the track we went for a spot ...
... we were there - although we did end up having the fan in our room on all night.
Not much happened while we were there although as stop-offs go this was a good-un. We did witness a march which included lots of loud bangs resembling gun fire, and a tire on fire. Being foreigners we had no idea what was going on - for all we knew they could have been protesting against tourists with cameras (see photo).
Next stop Salta. See you ...