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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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- Multilingual staff
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We arrived into Cordoba around 6am and got a taxi straight to our hostel. As expected our room wasn't ready until 12pm so we lay on the couches in reception trying to fall asleep. We finally got our room and then went off for a bit of breakfast to a place called Johnny B Goods. It's a mix between Eddie rockets and TGI's but if I'm being honest it was a sandwich short of a picnic. Slept for the afternoon and then headed ...
... between cloudy and sunny. In the late afternoon we headed into the mountains. These were lush green hills with a bunch of winding roads. As we got to the other side of the pass, it became more dessert like. On route we stopped at a gas station that sold llama salami so we all tried that. We pulled up to camp around 20:00. We quickly set up camp and had ...
... for underwear. Especially since I have no idea what sizes are here and I don't speak spanish!●It is perfectly normal to que for half an hour or so at the supermarket!●They have a food here called 'electronicos' which are basically hot dog toasties, weird●Eating al fresco style on the streets is nice except that you are harassed constantly by beggars, especially in Cordoba where the children trying to sell you stuff do not take no for an ...
... was one of Argentina’s most popular and divisive politicians. A former army general he was three times elected President of Argentina. He campaigned on a platform of social justice and economic independence and was credited with defending workers rights, nationalizing many of the country’s industries and implementing widespread welfare reforms. After the 1955 coup, Péron went into exile and the Peronist party was outlawed. This lead to a backlash among ...
Hungover as a dog, I catch my bus at Mendoza, and more or less sleep all the way to Cordoba. This unfortunately meant that I missed most of the pit-stops, and was chuffing starving when I arrived at my new destination -14 hours later. I catch a taxi to the city centre and my host Naty, meets me - this is Natalia, who I met in Valparaiso, and as kindly offered, I will be spending the Easter weekend with her in Cordoba, and to La Cumbrecita - a popular holiday destination for the locals ...