Ducal Suites Hotel Cordoba
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... museum that sounded interesting about the detention and torturing of Argentinian people over the centuries. I found the museum, only to see that it is closed on weekends. That seems like a very strange schedule for a museum to keep. Surely most people would have time to go to a museum on a weekend. Whatever.
So I walked around a little more, had a steak for dinner, and then came back to the hostel. ...
... hour flew by.
We managed to get out of the city for an afternoon to visit the colonial mountain town of Alta Gracia. Its illustrious residents have included Jesuit pioneers, Spanish composer Manuel de Falla and the revolutionary Ernesto 'Che' Guevara. Although born in Rosario, Che's family moved to this town to escape the pollution affecting their son's asthma. Villa Beatriz was the Guevara's primary residence during the 1930s and the building has now ...
... whilst swearing like a dock worker through gritted teeth.
... with me, loves wine and most importantly, had the exact same reaction to the 'K-Mart' like shop that we frequented!! It was that bonding moment where we both did the 'This is not my kind of shop' look followed by 'Isn't there a Zara in Cordoba?'
Anywho, after our lovely beers in the sun, it was time to take the vom-mobile back home for yet another mini-adventure!!! Just to explain.....a trip that should have taken me an hour, took 2 and a half and this ...
... church, which was heavily barroc inspired in both its designs and colours. The vault was created by a ship designer, and has often been compared to a ship in its style, shape, and materials as it’s made from wood. However, the wood in Cordoba isn’t any good for building as it disintegrates easily, and so the vault was actually carried by boat and horse from another Jesuit encampment, making a staggering journey cross country to ...