- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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A couple weeks ago Lorena, my Italian friend and I went on a little trip to Central Argentina. We camped in a National Park near Cordoba. The trip was AMAZING and we saw many cool things. The highlight of our trip was seeing the condors in the gorge. For those who do not know condors are the largest flying birds in the world. They weigh up to 26lbs, have a wingspan of 6-9ft and can soar in the air for hours ...
... de Uco, it was neat to be able to see the huge irrigation sight right outside the winery, one of the most important keys to successful wine production is controlled irrigation. Valle de Uco is a desert vineyard which is a huge advantage due to the extreme variations of daytime and nighttime temperatures. A tour guide showed us around the vineyard and I was so surprised to see what a process it takes to produce good quality wine. The vineyard ...
... in comparison to the countryside, mother nature's greatest creations inspire me far more than those of mankind, however having said that Cordoba really earned itself a place in our hearts.
The first thing that struck us about Cordoba was the pedestrianisation of almost the entire central area of the city, this made for fantastic touristic wandering. I am not the biggest fan of navigating a city looking for interesting buildings, but in Cordoba I loved it. ...
... on the list to show that we are not complete mugs, and sat back to enjoy the show. The dancing was brilliant, even I was impressed with the steps, but Jacqui could not hide her disappointment when the show turned out to be 80% singing (obviously in Spanish) and only 20% dancing. On the walk back to the hostel we passed lots of nice looking bars all of which were busy as it was Saturday night, but because we had already spent our budget we opted out. In hindsight we should ...
... life at night and we had a fantastic dinner of lamb and potato stew before going to a tango show and later to live music in a bar with cocktails. The place had a stunning atmosphere with loads of people dancing the salsa, and we finally headed home at 3 am.
The next day was less humid and sunnier so we saw a nicer side to Cordoba. The colonial architecture is really impressive and in the evening we went to see ...