Alto Parana Hotel

Address: Parana 230 Centro, Cordoba, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, 5000, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Parana 230 Centro, Cordoba, is near El Paseo Buen Pastor, Manzana Jesuítica (Jesuit Square), and Plaza San Martin.
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    Travel Blogs from Cordoba

    The clippity-cloppity meatness of ranchy lifestyle

    A travel blog entry by marrre on Dec 11, 2014

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    ... tended the ranch and its 6000 acres of land that had been in his family for a hundred years. His fondness for fine wines and meat and affinity with horses, combined with his entertaining story-telling and impeccable English accent made him an excellent host. During the first night's wine-tasting, he told of his family history, bits and bobs about Argentinian ditto, the Falklands and the insane dollar-to-pesos debacle. Intertwined was a game of guessing ...

    Time to Tango & drink Fernet

    A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Oct 17, 2014

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    ... the slaves and one for the Spanish. The slave chapel is still a public church today while the other chapel has been turned into the hall of graduation for the university. We asked the guide why he thought there weren't many native people left in this part of Argentina (The small numbers of natives are pretty much all in Patagonia) and he said because there was no gold or silver etc they didn't need them for labour and consequently killed most of ...

    Popping round to Che's house

    A travel blog entry by danarol on Nov 25, 2013

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    ... to visit the museum - the first time the museum was closed for maintenance. In 2001, Che’s childhood home opened to the public in the form of a museum, housing a collection of his furniture, personal items, family photos, and lots of handwritten letters. Walking from room to room you see how his life progressed from boy to Marxist rebel. There was also a room full of colour photos of when Fidel Castro and the late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez ...

    Here's to the lost phone & the singing captain....

    A travel blog entry by genevievemolloy on Mar 31, 2013

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    ... mean to go on!!).

    Anywho.....I realized it was time to text the folks to say I got through ok when the reality hit that I was minus my phone - AKA my lifeline & excuse to ignore people!!! In my panic to ram my new finds into my hand luggage, I decided that leaving my phone in the car was probably the way forward...I mean it was obviously going to push me over my allowance and who needs one anyway...right?!?!


    I'd rather be on a bus

    A travel blog entry by meganfisher on Feb 18, 2013

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    ... was no one on the
    streets. The only people I passed between the bus station and the hostel were a few stragglers making it home from the Saturday night parties! It was also a grey, rainy day, so presumably, most people had taken cover. Cordoba generally gives the impression of a grey, dirty city with not much green space. I was meant to stay two nights, but changed my mind and stayed for only one.

    The city centre does have a few things to do. ...