Castelar Hotel

Address: Calle Jeronimo de Cabrera 265, Cordoba, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, X5000GVE, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Jeronimo de Cabrera 265, Cordoba, is near El Paseo Buen Pastor, Manzana Jesuítica (Jesuit Square), and Plaza San Martin.
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        Short but sweet in Cordoba

        A travel blog entry by longwayround21 on Jun 11, 2014

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        Fans of our witterings will know that our arrival in Cordoba was earlier than we expected, after a a speedy exit from San Juan. We only had two days here, but oh boy what did we pack in. So we went for a walk around the city, it's Argentina's second largest city, though it didn't really feel that crowded, not nearly as much as Buenos Aires, and it was all easily walkable. There was a fair bit going on there though; on our first day we had to awkwardly walk through a ...

        Apr 30 - Couchsurfing cherry popping in Cordoba

        A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Apr 30, 2014

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        ... housemate we went along, they danced fairly well, I fumbled may through the basics and occasional got the courage when Rosario would pull me onto the dance floor, and inevitably lead me, rather than the man lead the woman, it’s not particularly easy!

        Another local I met was Sofia, another university student, studying in the medical school. Sofia’s English was extremely good, again with British accent, it seems that British English is taught ...

        Everything is open today

        A travel blog entry by graybeard on Oct 15, 2013

        1 comment, 45 photos

        ... back behind the altar. Those stairs allow access to a small room behind the altar which, during services, is where the monks sit separate from the congregants. The monks access the room by their own separate stairs.

        Lastly I went to the Palacio Ferrerya. Originally built in 1914 as a private residence (or rather a private mansion) it is now a fine arts museum.

        That made for a pretty full day and I headed for home for dinner and bed.


        Jellybean's been tangoed!!!

        A travel blog entry by genevievemolloy on Apr 19, 2013

        1 comment, 10 photos

        ... section is not the only section I need to review, I think it's the whole book!! Remember the 'choir' I was to help with?........well, it turns out, it's not a's actually a band...basically, I just completely misunderstood my entire first meeting with the Director, Pablo.....even in English!!! I'm sure that I looked confused when I was greeted by 7 teenage guitarists instead of a primary school choir!!! In all honesty though, I don't think they needed me ...


        A travel blog entry by phoebeandmoons on Dec 10, 2012

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        ... through the old city and admiring the old colonial buildings such as the underground crypt of the Jesuits (which was slightly over-rated), the art gallery, the historic museum, and a wonderful old theatre (we were lucky to get a VIP tour here from the librarian...who Ben thought was plotting to mug us). We spent another day wondering through the city park (which was enormous!) and cooling ...