Crowne Plaza Cordoba

National Route North, Alta Gracia, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, 5008, Argentina | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Alta Gracia

Our First Week in Cordoba

A travel blog entry by bellawood


... is something I couldn't look forward to more. In this Center we went into a few of the classrooms where kids were busy learning how to speak English and so when I, an authentic American, came in, the questions poured out. They wondered if our schools are like the movies, with cliques, and popular kids and bullying. The answer was hard to come to, and I am not sure if I ever did. "We all have groups that we hang out with," I said, "but it isn't Mean Girls ...

Che Guevara's Hometown

A travel blog entry by chrisfox93


Another bus ride out of Cordoba was the town of Alta Gracia and Che Guevara's childhood home which has now beeen turned into a museum. The museum itself was fantastic. I always find it really strange to look at pictures of people as kids or when they are elderly and just see "the process of time" (apologies for sounding like a douche, couldn't find anyway better to put that). The area itself is pretty ...

Outskirts of Cordoba: The Sierras Chicas

A travel blog entry by alexennis269


... a viscous ultra sweet syrupy confection made from caramelised sugar and milk) wedged between two soft biscuits that resembles a fancy Wagon wheel. We also spend the whole day in the company of dogs. Argentines are definitely big fans of dogs, a fact that was quite marked during our stay in Buenos Aires where we noticed an impressive quantity of the four legged man friends (they even have professional dog walkers who walk around with a dozen dogs ...

Alta Gracia and the Childhood of Che

A travel blog entry by ilona-jade


... 8217;t go in. After such a busy day, and lots of walking in hot weather, all that was left was a large ice cream and the bus journey home. My conclusions: Alta Gracia is a lovely town that I would happily go back to for a lazy day in the park. However, with all the Museums (we didn’t have time do them all) I think I could have spent another few days fully occupied in soaking up the history and the culture.

Hasta luego!


A Break in the Journey

A travel blog entry by mieismie


... to see the political process at work – signs, singing, chanting, noise, and hoopla – all amongst a darkened park filled with young people conversating, drinking mate, skateboarding and kicking soccer balls. We then walked towards the closed Avenida Hipocito Yrigoyen to find a massive stage with a “traditional” show-tune-like band. I think “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina” was every other song. The rest was horrible, but ...


This 4 star hotel, located on National Route North, Alta Gracia, is near El Paseo Buen Pastor, Manzana Jesuítica (Jesuit Square), and Plaza San Martin.
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