Crowne Plaza Cordoba - San Miguel
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... to the local butchers and green grocers to collect ingredients. I made my guacamole and a salad to go with it while the boys fussed over preparing and cooking the meat. Dad and I decided we would be best placed in the bar out of the way so we indulged in a few pre dinner beers. The food was absolutely delicious, great quality meat and an authentic barbecue, you really can't beat it! It was like having a family dinner with our new found friends.
The hostel owner ...
... things to offer. To start with the architecture was stunning, which we have come to expect in Argentina. The beautiful old Jesuit church on the plaza blew me away. I've actually developed the habit of exploring churches on my own while Sam busks. It all started in Salta, where, to kill time waiting for the shops to open, I wandered into an imposing looking rose coloured church on the plaza. I was a little intimidated and not quite sure how to act. Was I allowed to be in there? ...
Cordoba is Argentina's second biggest city in terms of population but also its oldest and most historic. It was founded in 1573 by Spanish settlers who named it Cordoba de la Nueva Andalucia, after the Spanish city of the same name. It owes its historic richness to the Jesuits, the old religious order who moved to the city in 1599 at the height of the Spanish's conquest of South America. Walking around the city centre we noticed the abundance of churches, seemingly present ...
... t want to hang around any longer. Let's get this over with!
As we walked out to the plane, which was already on and ready to go, I felt more calm than I had all morning. Sandra kept checking on me, but she seemed ready to go! Our instructors waved their little wrist cameras at us and told us to smile. I'm reletively certain that every picture of me from this morning is going to show me with a wild eyed crazy grin on my face!!
The flight ...
... also staying at Mate hostel.
Cordoba- "2006 Cultural capital of the Americas- fascinating mix of old and new" Lonely Planet.
"Yeh right, if it means old, run down parks with NEW mountains of rubbish everywhere then fine." Pete Clark.
Heading up to Salta with the Danes to hopefully see something more beautiful than scary, angry wolf dogs!
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