Amerian Cordoba Park Hotel
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On 19th November we had day sight seeing with tour around the city of Santiago for three hours, stopping at the Black Rock pub for lunch, having gorgeous craft beer. We then returned to hotel, and caught taxi to Holiday Inn which is right across the road from the airport terminal building. As soon as we arrived, we got picked up by taxi and taken …
From Buenos Aires Dad, and a few friends from the hostel all took a night bus to a place called Córdoba. As we wouldn't be boarding the bus until later that evening a group of us went to a nearby parrilla (steak house) for a good supper. The food was incredible, the portions so generous, so much so that I shared a main dish with someone and was still full! So with full tummies we made our way to the bus station. The night bus was good. We were given a hot dinner (sort of ...
... which was cheap and full of locals. We met Pablo & Nelson who were playing pool and we promptly challenged them to the table. Needless to say we won all our games against them and spent the rest of the evening getting dunk with them including trying the local drinks of choice. The first was Fernet an Italian spirit which tastes like Campari mixed with Jager and is positively awful. I would put it as one of the worst spirits I have ever tried ...
... out... Turns out I sleep walk. During the night I must have decided that I'm too good for couches and strolled in to the bedroom of Christians house mate, who luckily wasn't there (funny thing was, I didn't know Christian had a house mate and that there was a second bedroom). And to address what you're thinking, no, I wasn't that drunk. I was definitely in a deep sleep.
The Thursday before was Halloween, and of course being me, I couldn't. give two hoots. But ...
... by the lake half of us got on a bus back and chilled out in the hostels balcony bar.
On another day Ellie and I got on another local bus and went to a small riverside town called Cuesta Blanca. I'm afraid other than sitting on the almost deserted riverside beach sunbathing we didn't really get up to much that day!
Our next stop is Mendoza, Argentina's wine producing region.