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TravelPod Member ReviewsMorada Hostel Cordoba
Good location, a 20 minute walk to Plaza San Martin. Helpful friendly staff - Diego took us along to the football at a reasonable price, and we were able to change USD at a good rate. Average breakfast - the 'bread rolls' were like small Inca bricks! Cool building with interesting decor. Nice private double. However, the Argentinians like to party late and hard - don't expect to get much sleep on a Fri or Sat night!
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We decided to visit Cordoba mainly to break up our long journey (40 hours by bus from Puerto Madryn to Puerto Iguazu), and since we are finishing in Buenos Aires we didn't want to double up. Plus, we had skipped Cordoba when we were in the north of the country (heading directly to Mendoza and then across the Chilean border to Valparaiso) and …
Argentina's second city is full of culture and home to seven universities giving it a young, lively population. Founded in 1573, Cordoba was the largest and most important town within the region due to its Jesuit population. The Jesuits founded one of South America's first universities in 1613 and we were able to have a private guided tour of the …
From the desert to the big city. From Bolivia to Argentina.
That's where I got my first "reverse culture shock".
I spent only two days in beautiful Cordoba, Argentina and I almost spent them completely in my room. But not because of the culture shock. I'll explain you why.
First I thought I would never get accomodation: every hostel in town was fully booked because of a psychology ...