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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      5 days turned into 8 and still not enough

      A travel blog entry by nouse4ausername on Jan 31, 2015

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      i could write forever explaining the 8 days in cordoba, but if you want to know ask me details when i get back i ******* hate writing when i could be hanging with people in my hostel.
      Cordoba is filled with great museums, parks and churches/buildings with cool old school architecture. I assume it has a good night life but i only went out one night with some local girls to a real ritzy place filled with babes ...

      The first 2 days in Cordoba

      A travel blog entry by julessabbatical on Oct 05, 2014


      ... Spanish is a bit more difficult - so we spoke in English together - when they weren't speaking German. A bit later - more people returned to the house - mostly girls and also in their late teens early 20s and also from Germany. One of the girls offered to bring us to the school the next morning where our Spanish classes would be. This was very welcome as the streets are narrow - don't necessarily go straight and continuously change names from block ...


      A travel blog entry by abbeyking on Jan 21, 2014

      ... Network. This network of alternative study abroad experiences originated in El Salvador, and now has two new branches in the Philippines and Argentina. Each individual program looks slightly different due to the reality of life in country, but there are four main pillars that characterize and shape the experience of every Casa student, regardless of location. Those pillars are community, accompaniment, spirituality, and academics. ...


      A travel blog entry by amy_michael on Jan 22, 2013

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... cathedral and some gorgeous churches that were very good for keeping out the sun, even if it wasn't perhaps very socially acceptable to hug the marble pillars in an attempt to cool down.

      We headed back to our hostel and had some delicious empanadas for tea. Cordoba will live on in our memory as (1) the site of BCFC's fantastic victory and (2) stupidly hot. According to Michael (who actually knows where we're going on this trip, unlike Amy), it's only going to get hotter. Oh ...

      Why is all this good happening to me???

      A travel blog entry by kodatravels on Jan 03, 2013

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      ... raised their hands, and the next morning we were off. (Something I am noting here so I don't forget is the political and religious discussion that commenced at almost 2:00AM at Fernanda's house that night. My first serious discussion made in Spanish. It wasn't easy. That's all, thanks for bearing with me)