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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was designed so the priests who were very outnumbered by their indigenous servants and black slaves could escape if there was a rebellion. Next door is a small posada( accommodation) where the owner showed us around their property which contained some ruins of the estancia including the remains of the convent, the first church and the slaves quarters. After a drink break in their dining area we started the drive back to Cordoba which took about ...
the day with a trip in the double decker sightseeing bus. This one was a
genuine old London red bus. Again it was just a journey and not a hop on hop
off bus. The only stop we had was at the very ornate neo Gothic church which
was surprisingly built only in the 1930’s even though it looked a lot older. We
then visited a number of museums starting ...
... of community revolves around our daily life, focused on practices of simple living (ie: no wifi and cold showers), in Casa Sol, the student house. There are 7 students in the program this semester (all girls!!) and together with one of our community coordinators (a Casa alum) we share living space, meals, chores, and just about everything else. Accompaniment, my favorite pillar, represents the particular model of service that we ...
... It looks interesting so we decide to stay a night. VGB is home to the 3rd largest beer festival in the world we are told, behind only Munich, Germany and another. They even have a permanent fair ground in town for all the drunkards to attempt to make themselves throw up on the rides.....just like in Munich. Enough reminiscing. Thats all 10 days in October though. What is there to do here right now? Not that much really. There are a few walks around town and a hill to climb, cerro de ...
... Jewish Hebrew) blessing the wine just like at home.
At dinner I got to meet a Paraguaian Jewish family who made their way to visit 3 kids living in Argentina now. We had a ball getting to know each other, especially with the Mum who randomly used Yiddish words which I have been hearing all round the ...