Crowne Plaza Cordoba - San Miguel
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... We then just hung around the hostel waiting for the time to pass until we could head out for our overnight bus. The bus was to take us to Mendoza and we had booked first class which turned out to be even more luxurious than our previous bus trip. It really was like first class on a plane with enormous seats that lay flat down to make a bed, individual TV screens and curtains that you could draw around to screen yourself from fellow ...
out to be a day of disappointments. We walked up to the minibus station to
catch one to the nearby town of Alta Gracia. The bus was of course half an hour
late leaving but we were not pressed for time. We arrived at the town expecting
it to be a small village but instead it was a very sizable place. We stayed on
the bus until it reached its final destination which was the ...
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Villa General Belgrano
Another night another 11 hours on a bus. We hit Cordoba around 7am. Not sick of buses yet we decide to jump straight on another one to our intended destination, La Cumbrecita. VGB kinda gets in the way! After arriving and scoping out the onward buses we go for a look around town. We seem to have arrived in a small German town in the middle ...
... so by now I know it off by heart, this time I read every word from the book and understood the meaning, the significance and holiness for those who believe. I was special, and I think Yossi the Rabbi could feel that, because after his drasha in slow and clear Spanish which I could understand he invited me to do kiddush for all the synagogue. A very moving request which I happily obliged. 7 months since my last kiddush back home, here I was in Argentina as "Oreach Kavod" ...