Coyote Hostel

La Rioja 121, Cordoba, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, 5000, Argentina | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Cordoba

Short but sweet in Cordoba

A travel blog entry by longwayround21

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... had their babies taken away and adopted abroad or taken by richer families in positions of power in Buenos Aires. The grandmothers movement tries to raise awareness among the public today, that if they are in their 30-40s and are unsure of their heritage, that they might be related to one of the grandmothers who is searching for them. I think they have found around 100 grandchildren this way, basically by asking them to come forward and doing a DNA test. Even more history ...

Jesuit History 101

A travel blog entry by philandmups

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... paraphrasing massively, they were a pretty bright, well educated, well intentioned religious movement who, rather than taking cash from the poor to build fancy churches for themselves, built their own commercial businesses to raise money to build churches and schools to help the poor and uneducated. Because that sounded far too sensible and commercially innovative the various governments and religious leaders of South ...

Moments for the Induction Hall of Fame!!

A travel blog entry by genevievemolloy

... so they couldn't rob things!!!

Almost immediately, Evan disappeared and when he eventually graced us with his presence, it was to inform us that he wanted to buy boxers but didn't know how to convert the waist sizes into Canadian measurements......cue awkward moment!!!

There were a few things that ran through my mind here, 'did he not bring boxers with him?' and 'wow, he has taken the ask me anything policy quite literally but, the funniest thing ...

10,000 kilometres.

A travel blog entry by gerty581

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Aftrer this we headed north to visit one of the several Jesuit Estancias in the area. The Jesuits, a religious order from Spain, came to Argentina in the 16th century and were given land in Cordoba where they established their centre, a unique spiritual, cultural, productive and architectural system. They organised estancias, large agricultural establishments but they got to big for their boots and the King of Spain kicked them out in ...

Manzana Jesuítica

A travel blog entry by ilona-jade

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... guests! And as if that wasn’t enough pressure the entire exam was also given in Latin! Noting that the furnishings in this room were all fairly new we were told that students burned the furniture as part of their protests that led to the University’s reformation in around 1918.

The Jesuit Library was also en route and contained a beautiful collection of ancient and influential books in many languages. There was ...

Location

This hostel, located on La Rioja 121, Cordoba, is near Manzana Jesuítica (Jesuit Square), El Paseo Buen Pastor, and Plaza San Martin.
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