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- Microwave in room
- Concierge desk
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Once I got the German boys to shut off their awful jazz and
rap music was able to sleep as well as the cheap saggy mattress allowed – the blackout
Didn’t have a great deal of success trying to see the Manzana,
the Jesuit complex, as the minimum was 2 people. Headed off to hunt down a book
exchange but no luck their either and was foiled by the art museum – gave up
and headed to the super to ...
... up for for credit cards (moron) but she was a frightened woman who had probably never traveled out of her shadow.
So we went to Western Union, sent the money, and waited.
Big Problem. The Western Union in Chandler, AZ, where we'd sent the money from, told us it had been picked up by someone claiming to be Ignacio. But Ignacio in Mina Clavero said his Western Union office told him there was no money--never had been. Western Union said ...
... as I had in S.S. Jujuy. I believe Cordoba recieved such a title because it has some 3 or more universities and was a major Jesuit mission. Apparently, some people enjoy vacations that include hopping from one Fransician site to another, or following a historic Jesuit trail - for them, Cordoba would be great, I imagine. In my opinion, I don't see the charm. Jesuit establishments are much less dominating, ...
... buying one of those awful t-shirts with Che’s mug on, before returning to the home of modern day capitalism. I didn’t get the t-shirt, but I was thoroughly overwhelmed by Che’s conviction and commitment to his cause. He truly was an inspirational figure.
Before leaving Cordoba, I was once again treated to the sort of hospitality that I have come to expect throughout South America (Bolivia aside). Along with an Israeli friend, I had agreed to hop in a ...
... before. Maybe the word “system” is too strong.
From the moment we found the bus terminal in Buenos Aires (looking to go to Rosario) we knew we were in trouble. Hundreds of counters, each with a certain bus company, which served certain cities, laid out before us. There was no logical placement. The same company would have several windows and each window would serve different cities. To find a bus to Rosario we had a list of 5 ...