Cordoba Hostel

Address: Ituzaingo 1070, Cordoba, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, Argentina | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Ituzaingo 1070, Cordoba, is near El Paseo Buen Pastor.
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    Travel Blogs from Cordoba

    Back to School

    A travel blog entry by carlier on Apr 02, 2011

    36 photos

    ... Christ the Redeemer statue (Cristo Redentor to us Spanish speakers). Marking the unmanned border between the two countries the statue sits at the top of a 5 mile drive via a crumbling narrow dirt road climbing 3200 feet from the valley below taking in over twenty switchbacks. An incredibly scary drive but well worth it for the panoramic views of the high Andes and for the little tiny cafe which really did have a toilet with a sign ordering “No Pooing” on the ...

    Independence Day

    A travel blog entry by annaandmike on Jul 09, 2010

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... of meat and salad. I went for the full parilla accompanied by egg and chips. The full parilla consisted of Empanadas and 10 different piece of meat. I was curious what 10 different pieces you get from one cow but when the first round turned up it all became apparent. I was served sausages, black pudding, intestines, kidney or liver (not sure which). I then struggled to get through a further four giant cuts of steak before refusing the last two pieces, unheard ...

    There is an icecream parlour in my street!

    A travel blog entry by ditdotnonny on Jan 21, 2010

    3 comments

    I don't think I have ever been to such a heavily and well policed place as Cordoba. In the 30 minute walk through the suburbs (I like to call the Cordoburbs) I saw at least 12 armed police people. The funny thing is that it feels like a calm and secure part of the world and not the seething mass of crime that their number might suggest, but maybe that is the result of their presence. Bigger than Rosario as Argentina’s 2nd largest city ...

    Cordoba, not a lot going on . . .

    A travel blog entry by harpsam on Oct 16, 2008

    ... try getting your point across in a hospital! Cordoba was where we fully embraced hostel life for the first time and spoke to a fellow traveller in the hostel bar. It soon became evident however that all most people want to do is talk about themselves. I realise the irony of this as you sit there reading about our travels, however believe me, you ...

    You learn from your beatings

    A travel blog entry by sauso on Jul 16, 2007

    ... between the 35 and 45 minute mark in the cold that it turned into a good idea to start dakking ourselves and dancing (with plenty of thrust movements) at any cab we saw that drove past that didn't pick us up. It didn't occur to us that this was obviously far from the most successful way to hail a cab, but it made us feel better (and a little warmer) none the less. Eventually a cabbie picked us up and we were on our way to victory, or so we thought, until we get ...