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

    Gaucho land and riding horses!!!

    A travel blog entry by howpet on Feb 09, 2011

    87 photos

    ... Doug & Pat from Canada who are just inspirational. They are in their early 60's, have been married for nearly 40years and you would think they were a young couple in love. They have done every extreme sport going on this trip and have tried everything which I really do think is truly amazing. Whilst chatting to them on our last night at the Estancia, they told me that they have to do everything they can before they die ...

    First 2 weeks in Cordoba

    A travel blog entry by hjd on Jun 27, 2010

    6 photos

    ... dictionary and many hand gestures Elena decided to take me outside to show me the streets. The atmosphere was pretty exciting in Cordoba as Argentina had just beat Mexico 3:1 and the streets had started to fill up with people wearing blue and white and playing anything they could find. My personal favorite was the base drum played in the passenger seat of a car. This is a country that really loves its football!

    Although Elena is a nice lady it took ...

    The Gaucho life

    A travel blog entry by elgrandenada on Oct 30, 2009

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... to budge an inch on the bill that included marked up drinking water and a 1/2 day charge for the short horseride but, feeling conned, we were equally stubborn. At the height of the stand-off an English couple arrived and, glory of glories, couldn`t speak a word of Spanish! Their perfect timing resulted in 300pesos off the bill just to get us off the premises, God bless the inadequate English schooling ...

    Che day

    A travel blog entry by livtajim on Aug 22, 2008

    24 photos

    ... that he was getting Olivia more dessert to eat. He turned up at the table with an 'Argentinian' dessert Olivia had to try. Even a lady at the table next to us was getting involved. Taj could see what was happening and stayed well away. Dessert (flan) would have been fine except it was smothered with dulce de leche...not our favourite thing. Olivia struggled through as Taj laughed away. Olivia didnīt want to insult the country, or the ...

    Rosario/Cordoba

    A travel blog entry by clairebear80 on Sep 22, 2006

    4 photos

    There isn't much to say about Rosario. It was a quiet little town with the sole attraction being that it was the birthplace of Che Guevara. You would expect lots of memorabilia and possibly a statue or something wouldn't you? Nah, there was feck all! A ****** little sign outside a house to say he was born there. They didnīt mention that in the Lying Planet did they???? Well, it was my turn to get sick so thankfully I got sick in Rosario. ...