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... were all conveniently close and took photos of the buildings and churches. The jesuit influence is strong in cordoba and the buildings are amazing. The church in the main plaza is probably the nicest i have ever seen. We walked inside and it resembled more of an art gallery than a church.
We needed to change money, and a google search of where to find black market dollars turned up nothing. So we went to the pedestrian streets ...
... together. Found a load of stairs and at the top there was a big park and a zoo and an old funfair. Walked to plaça españa and saw a whole new part of cordoba. It was really big there, castles and palaces, big museums, big roundabouts, ... Went to eat something before going to the museum, nice grilled veg and nice salads!! Then went to the museum of fine arts, it was CLOSED. Typical. The guy said that they were changing the works for an exibition and that at 20h there ...
... are sitting in the bus station, waiting to
catch a bus to the border town with Bolivia! We hope to cross the border
tomorrow! We enjoyed Argentina, but not as much as Brazil! I suppose we
didn`t get out into rural Argentina enough + meet the proper locals,
but we found Argenina pretty expensive! Hopefully when we get to Bolivia
(which is really cheap) that we can do alot more for our money + relax
in places alot more! Looking forward to it!
... off hunger with a few nuts and a couple of pieces of fruit, we got our head down for some kip.
Then at 10.30 the lights came on and we stopped at a service station in the middle of nowhere for ´dinner.´ 10.30!! We followed the locals´ lead and sat down. It was a set menu of burger and smash but the bus company did pay, which half made up for the ridiculous time. We set off again at 11.30. I´m not even sure if you can call that dinner to be ...
... told us where to find it. A couple of wrong turns later and a few minutes more and we were approaching an incredible Cathedral. The Cathedral Corazon de (fill in name here) was built in the early 1900’s, but if you didn’t know that you would think it was from the 1600’s or older – circa Notre Dame in France. A great example of neo-gothic, it had two rose windows and 2 spires (should have been three, but one was ...