Amerian Cordoba Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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takes forever to book in!!!!
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We found mountains!Its been abit of a crazy 10 days since we left the comfort of Buenos Aires, and over 1500k of hitchiking, we are now in Mendoza!
We heard that hitching in this country is fairly easy so since the buses are quite expencive we thought we should give it a shot. And what fun we have had! Certainly more entertaining than a single bus ride, we've met some great people, swapped facebooks, been given things from a cd, business card, and jar ...
... residences - I didn't know it was even possible - my hand shot up so fast I thought it would leave my shoulder. I was ready to go to a hotel... Later that day I met with the program director and explained that the house was dirty, the mattress was not a mattress and that the bedding did not appear to be clean. I was told that that is the standard in Argentina. I didn't agree on the cleanliness front. The size of the room, amount of furniture - ...
... different to most big cities here. Alta Gracia is a small town that used to be very popular with tourists from Argentina looking to escape the suffocating heat of the big cities. It's a very pleasant little town with not a lot going on and isn't as popular as it once was with tourists - the only reason tourists come here now is to visit Che's house. The bus from Cordoba only takes about 45 minutes and costs 14 pesos (about £1.40) but it took us a couple ...
... is excellent as we were invited to have dinner and go out every evening we stayed there. Our room was ready when we arrived at 10am so we unloaded our stuff, cleaned up and immediately walked to the historic center.
The city is hopping and quite interesting to navigate during its peak commerce hours. We checked out the Jesuit Church and Plaza San Martin as well as the crazy Avenida San Martin – one of several pedestrian streets with ...
... mood of “Nunca Más” (“Never Again”). Moreover, the courtroom trials of some of those responsible for the violence during the seventies and eighties, happening and being televised right now in Argentina, gives a real sense of the efforts that the country is making to confront its past and move on.
I had heard yesterday that, here in Córdoba, there was going to be a protest happening at 6pm to mark ...