Turning Point Hostel

Address: Entre Rios 435, Cordoba, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, 5000, Argentina | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Entre Rios 435, Cordoba, is near El Paseo Buen Pastor, Manzana Jesuítica (Jesuit Square), and Plaza San Martin.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsTurning Point Hostel Cordoba

    Reviewed by mattcoopers

    Turning point hostel

    Reviewed May 18, 2014
    by (2 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Turning Point Hostel Cordoba

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    Travel Blogs from Cordoba

    Argentina- Cordoba

    A travel blog entry by mattcoopers on May 17, 2014

    4 photos

    To save such a long trip between Mendoza, and Buenos Aires, I decided to stop off at a little college town called Cordova. There is nothing much to do in the town during the day, besides a nice church to check out and from what we found, a lot of **** restaurants. We kept getting recommended places but could either not find them or they were closed …

    A quick detour to sunny Cordoba

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Sep 25, 2014

    17 photos

    ... who were taken away from them. The toll during those 7 years was around 30,000 dead, 9000 missing, with over 500 children taken shortly after birth - I found all of these numbers staggering. Just over 100 of these children have contacted the organisation and have been reunited with their grandmothers.

    Following the museum, we had to head back to the hostel for our bags to head to the bus terminal and Puerto Iguazu - our second last stop in Argentina, which is pretty ...

    Jesuit History 101

    A travel blog entry by philandmups on May 08, 2014

    7 photos

    ... 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 on Apr 04, 2013

    ... was feeling confident with their acceptance of him into the program, although, if she wasn't sure, I'm positive that the following reinforced her feelings on the subject.....

    'I need boxers'.......
    After getting over the swimming incident, Evan decided he needed some more towels so Natalia brought us to a shop (which is exactly what I imagine K-Mart to be like in the U.S. - have you got a mental picture?) where they had to actually put their rucksacks in ...

    10,000 kilometres.

    A travel blog entry by gerty581 on Jan 30, 2013

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... br>
    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 ...