Dos Lunas

Address: 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

      The university town with so many museums

      A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Nov 07, 2014

      ... that use coloured thread to make portraits. We
      then visited the science museum which was looking a little bit tired. We then
      had the very long walk back to our hostel but as we crossed the main plaza a
      band was setting up to play so we decided to wait but they took so long that we
      only listened to their first song before buying some empanadas for dinner at
      the hostel.

      ...

      #SimpleLiving

      A travel blog entry by abbeyking on Jan 21, 2014

      ... school is still school no matter what hemisphere you're in. As a cohort, in addition to Spanish classes, we are taking several interdisciplinary courses, ranging from psychology and theology to political science and philosophy. Since I promised this would be a "quick" note, I'll leave it at that for now, with more to come on the meaning of "Casa de la Mateada," details on my praxis experience, and an introduction to my Argentina family. ...

      Cordoba, VGB and a hill called wank

      A travel blog entry by hastie_gringo on May 19, 2013

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... Look it up! Day 3 and it is time...

      With town being 1400 metres above sea level already it is only a 300m vertical metre climb. We start off slowly. Amanda is still a bit crook so I give her a helping hand. As we approach the end the excitement builds. I get stuck on a rock, Amanda pulls me off. After 45 minutes we are at the top, breathless but fully satisfied. And what do you do at the top of a mountain called cerro ****?????.......Climb down of course :-D
      ...

      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 ...