El Colibri - Estancia de Charme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews El Colibri - Estancia de Charme Cordoba
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... checked out and decided to have a cultural day and check out a few of the museums. The art museum was really interesting and had paintings about the military dictatorship. All of the soldiers were pictured with deformed faces, or as penises?? I decided that I wanted to improved my Spanish so booked a ticket back to Mendoza. The language school there has really good reviews. I had also been keeping I touch with Vale so I'd have a friend there to hang out with.
... the shop keep I wanted to take it. But the shop keep told me to wait a minute.
Next thing, a chubby old Argentina man comes out and starts speaking to me in prefect English. He asked me where I was from and what happened to my old camera, etc. Then he said to me, "Look, electronics here in Argentina are very expensive and $1,800 is to much for a camera". He told me to come back later as they might have a second hand camera for me. I left the shop feeling ...
... students.......well, it's at this point that the driver decides to f*&k with my day! As usual, I handed him some money and requested my ticket....to my dismay, he decided to speak to me.....in Spanish......now, although my Spanish is improving, I like to choose not only the topics but also the conditions in which I speak and this, my friends, did not meet any of the criteria!
My initial reaction was 'WTF?'....have I got on the wrong bus?......have I given ...
Hola from Cordoba,
So we arrived safely in Cordoba after a very comfortable overnight bus from Salta. Cordoba is the second largest city in Argentina with a population of 1.3 million.
We found the city not to be as pretty as Salta as it had lots of nice plazas with bars and cafes etc. Cordoba was a big city, very busy with modern shopping centres.
The first ...
... making simple meals.
Cordoba is Argentina's second city and has a young atmosphere on account of it's 6 universities. We explored the museums and local towns including Alta Gracia - home to an adolescent Ché Guevara and an interesting museum about him.
Cordoba is well-known for many cheap language schools. We didn't do one but I think we are slowly learning that many places ...