Dos Lunas

Ruta provincial 17, Cordoba, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, 5184, Argentina | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Ruta provincial 17, Cordoba.
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    Travel Blogs from Cordoba

    Córdoba

    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Sep 15, 2014

    7 photos

    ... We longed for some green grass to sit on, but sadly found huge sections of the park to be closed. I didn't realise that even grass can be closed on Sundays. After a little wandering we found a beautiful lake (which was open) to sit by for while. We tried to work out our next move as the wind tore at our map. After some more aimless wandering we gave up and made our way back to our hostel.

    Sadly there's not much else to tell about this city, which we had harboured such ...

    Lonely Planet told me I would get stuck here...

    A travel blog entry by nicolelass on Nov 07, 2013

    ... pastries) and Fernet with coke (an alcohol from Italy that Argentina has claimed as it's own).

    Also last week, I met a lot of people from couch surfing, including a Unitied Statian named Lauren. We visited art museums, churches and hung out at Paseo de Bueno Pastor, which used to be a women's prison but in recent years was renovated in to an art and cultural hub. Bueno Pastor also boasts a brilliant water feature that has "dancing water shows", which we ...

    So jumped out of a plane!

    A travel blog entry by sandramoloney on Apr 02, 2013

    ... to maneuver my way to a sitting position out the door, legs dangling over the edge into space. I crossed my arms, clutching my shoulders. With a word from the pilot, we pushed off and my stomach dropped out. For a few seconds I squeezed my eyes tightly shut, but the sick feeling was soon gone. I forced myself to look, and there was the ground-- so far below!--- and we were falling so fast I could hardly breathe. The instructor tapped me to let me know ...

    Inequalities in wealth and opportunities

    A travel blog entry by gemandkory on Mar 24, 2013

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... need. We had no other choice but to return to the room and try to rest. Kory spent a lot of the day resting and I got my blog up to date and researched my next adventure following the completion of this one. Thankfully we had plenty of oatmeal to snack on and quieten our growling tummies.

    As I trawled the internet for volunteer opportunities in South America, I read many women's health projects in the area. Although they ...

    Salt Plains

    A travel blog entry by gemandkory on Mar 23, 2013

    6 photos

    ... on the way out of town and stocked up for the day. We presumed that there might be no facilities at all as we crossed the flat, barren landscape of desert and salt plain.

    The storm had amounted to little more than a patter of rain but the sky remained grey and ominous. The road was fairly busy and again, there was no hard shoulder or extra room for cyclists. Thankfully everyone gave us lots of space and often passed us with a ...