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- Swimming pool
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This will just be a short post as we didn't spend much time in Córdoba, and didn't find too much excitement here. In a way we were expecting a lot from Córdoba. The Argentinians we'd hung out with in Cafayate raved about it. It was the city of students, with 250,000 undergraduates (10% of the population), and 7 universities, including the oldest in Argentina. And where there's students, there tends to be culture. We expected to stumble into small packed out bars with local live ...
... 8211; am going to have to loiter here another day just to see it. Went to the riverside Artesans Market at 3.30pm, due to start at 3pm, and barely a stall was up. Glad in some respects, as no way was I going to buy anything and not a huge fan of crowds, but also all the churches shut. Retired to the terrace with beer to wait it out until things livened/opened up.
By 5-6pm the streets were humming again and enjoyed the beautiful balmy night ...
... after some vodka and speed (energy drink) I was a happy little Vegemite and didn't care.
I have meet some very nice people here in Cordoba, including two girls from Brazil whom I met at my hostel, and can't wait to visit. Also Emily from France, who works at the hostel, she is an absolute gem. She is constantly inviting me to things, we went to Carlos Paz and Cuesta Blanca (places outside of Cordoba), Cuesta Blanca and Hippy Beach being my favorite. We went there last ...
... a park-wide historical exhibit). We then walked about Parque Sarmiento and Isla Encontada with its skuzzy fountain and lagoon - no paddle boats today. Our final canvassing took us to Nuevo Cordoba to the bus station to check out departure times for tomorrow’s journey to Rosario.
Back at the main plaza on Avenida Hipocito Yrigoyen at Paseo Buen Pastor, what appeared to be one of the finest restobar/clubs, White Sheep Black Sheep, had a ...
After one of the most comfortable coach journies of the trip we arrived in Argentina's 'second' city, Cordoba.
Cordoba has the largest student population so according to our guide book is a very 'happening' city.
We got in at about 8am and walked through the early morning bustle to our hostel. In that brief walk though the microcentro we could feel the cool vibe of the city. ...