Berna Hotel

Velez Sarsfield 86, Villa General Belgrano, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, 5194, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Velez Sarsfield 86, Villa General Belgrano, is near Manzana Jesuítica (Jesuit Square), El Paseo Buen Pastor, and Plaza San Martin.
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    Travel Blogs from Villa General Belgrano

    A day in the life of

    A travel blog entry by cracka on Jun 15, 2014

    11 photos

    ... life takes off your head. I want to sleep in the park but I just took out two atm withdrawals. Seems safe. Hmm. People let their dogs off the chain to play with other dogs. Surrounded by dogs. Not a cliche! I walked into a shop for a take away coffee. He walked me to the next shop spoke Spanish for me and got me a coffee, cafe with cream. Love it. Treated with kindness I have been on these travels. Water flows from artistic monuments on their own private hilltops. The water ...

    Argentina's 2nd largest city

    A travel blog entry by stamasese on Jan 14, 2013

    25 photos

    A longer and more comfortable 22-hour bus ride to Argentina's 2nd largest city, Cordoba is known for its colonial buildings and churches. There wasn’t much to do here so I left a day early and headed down to Mendoza for a much needed glass of wine.


    A travel blog entry by ilona-jade on Oct 06, 2012

    6 photos

    I know what you're thinking, "am I still in Argentina", right? Well in answer, yes I am. This weekend I went to Villa General Belgrano, a small, German mountain village that’s a two hour bus ride SW of Cordoba city, in the province of Cordoba. Quaint and somewhat stereotypical, the village is named after the creator of the Argentinian flag Manuel Belgrano, but it was founded in 1930 by two ...

    Mestizo experience

    A travel blog entry by fernsadventure on Nov 19, 2011

    2 comments, 5 photos

    Arriving in Argentina, I experienced a mild reverse culture shock, being confronted with the modernity of comfortable transportation and roads, cars that stop at pedestrian crossings and generally everything being cleaner and more efficient (times and prices are set). In the small part of Argentina I visited, I've found it hard to define traditional and indigenous customs that had been so distinct elsewhere. There is an ambigious blend of european and south american in a ...

    An Educational City

    A travel blog entry by jmabro on Mar 24, 2011

    27 photos

    ... to be brought to an end! It becomes one of those times where you think about the atrocities we have all learnt about or, for some, lived through, and asking the usual unanswerable questions about man's inhumanity against man - why??? Since writing about this I met a man whose wife survived these horrors and some of the things he told me just increased the horror and sadness!

    Phew, harrowing!

    I feel that, after that I am almost being disrespectful in my writing ...