Doctor Cesar Carman Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... only made it to the opening at 20:30, which was not enough time to visit and get to the bus station. Bummer, it was packed with people and there was loud music. That whole area (the cultural mile) was filled with people in the streets, all buildigs lit up, loads of bars, another fountain show but it was dark so they used lights which was nice. It was a very nice area, what a shame i had to get a bus, if only i had known :-). I booked a hostel in salta which is a bit out of ...
... this is good for my age!) and I think we even Churchie could learn something from us....
So after looking like complete tools, we decided that it was time to call it a day and head for a beer (what?).....I meant bus!!! 'Twas a lovely trek over a hill to get to the bus stop and whilst I don't mind a bit of exercise, it's no fun in 32 degrees so I decided to do my usual of power walking to the top with a relaxing stint down the other side but no.....not ...
... from the countryside. There is no wi-fi but he does have electricity, and in his free time he has taught himself to play the guitar. It was an alluring fantasy, but I doubt I would last there long without going stir crazy. Jessica was enamored. We discussed the pros and cons of living in such peaceful solitude as we went for an impromptu swim.
Originally, we had planned on returning the car by 5:30, as an extra fee and more complication awaited us if we ...
Then I walked to the next beach and it was even busier. Hysterical. From above, you couldn’t see the sand through the umbrellas. So I just kept on walking. The town is decent enough with okay plazas, and the interior of the church is on the prettier side too. My favourite spot to sit was under the shade of a tree on a grassy hill, overlooking the sea. Pity about the colonies of ants (though at least these ones didn’t bite).