Hostel Art

Address: Corro 112, Cordoba, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, Argentina | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Corro 112, Cordoba, is near El Paseo Buen Pastor, Manzana Jesuítica (Jesuit Square), and Plaza San Martin.
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      Travel Blogs from Cordoba

      The jesuits have left their buildings

      A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Nov 09, 2014

      ... 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 ...

      All this is just for us?

      A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Mar 21, 2014

      165 photos

      ... 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 girl in this blog was American - no comment.

      A travel blog entry by robin.d.cullen on Jun 02, 2013

      4 comments, 8 photos

      ... all their fault of course, or shouting about the great school she went to and the prestige of this institution and that college she would definitely get into. I sat back and listened to this tirade of narcissism with glee, occasionally slipping in a barbed comment or two to keep her going and amuse myself. I love those people that everyone else cant bear, for the simple reason that they make the perfect entertainment. Cordoba itself was ...

      Travelling to Argentina

      A travel blog entry by crobinson on Mar 12, 2013

      ... 3am Spanish time, who eats dinner at that time? Well the Spanish do apparently, as I declined my 'dinner' everyone else chomped on.

      I finally fall back to sleep, which is quite an achievement without all the food smells and light and people as I feel like my seat was built for a child, maybe on the verge of adolescence, but definitely not for those of us that are 6ft1. All of a sudden I feel myself falling. Turbulence. Great. Not just any old turbulence ...

      Week 2

      A travel blog entry by jiji.guillaume on Jan 24, 2011

      It’s time to leave Santiago and we know this bus ride is going to be a good one. We embark on a 2-floor charter. Our seats are right in front and we have this panoramic view from the top. We had prime seats for crossing the Andes! Crossing the Andes was really interesting. I was in Santiago with ...