El Colibri - Estancia de Charme

Address: Camino a Santa Catalina Km. 7, Cordoba, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, 5221, Argentina | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Camino a Santa Catalina Km. 7, Cordoba.
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    Day 86

    A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on Apr 27, 2015

    ... we had any questions but no one had a clue what he was saying half the time although at one stage Gilly picked up on the word 'trains' and decided to ask him about that. Gilly was trying to be nice but just ended up opening a can of worms. It was just so awkward. It was like seeing someone you only half know walking down the street and instead of just saying 'Hi' and walking on you, you stop and get into some bollocks conversation ...

    A quick detour to sunny Cordoba

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Sep 25, 2014

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    ... interesting, focussing a lot on his early childhood (the family moved here in the hope that the warm dry air would improve Che's asthma) and his travels prior to his becoming a revolutionary. He was an inspirational man!

    The following day we had just half a day before our next bus which we spent strolling the streets, getting a coffee in a cafe, and viewing the Museo de la Memoria - a chilling place located in a former detention/torture centre of 'D2', the ...

    Cordoba: a historic and cultural hub

    A travel blog entry by alexennis269 on May 27, 2013

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    ... city even earned the nickname of "la Docta" meaning "the learned one". Inside the university museum there was an extensive collection of ancient books, past relics of extreme rarity such as a unique Bible written in 9 languages including dead languages such as Aramaic.

    All around the Manzana there were nice pedestrianized streets and large squares which made for pleasant walking. The city was very easy to get around on foot. One of my favorite monuments was ...

    So jumped out of a plane!

    A travel blog entry by sandramoloney on Apr 02, 2013

    ... stretch my arms out wide. I was reluctant to let go of myself but did it anyway. He waved the camera at me and I couldn't even look-- I was transfixed on the ground. I thought I should try for a smile so as not to look absolutely terrified on film, but I'm sure I only managed a ridiculous gaping look of amazement. It was so windy and so loud and fast, even with the goggles on it was hard to keep my eyes open.
    Then with a sharp jerk up, ...

    Don't trust those hostel photos!!

    A travel blog entry by lizzie_85 on Dec 30, 2012

    ... over the place... Apparently Cordoba is a party town! Even more so than Buenos Aires! We arrived at our hostel... Which didn't look quite as plush as it did in the hostel world website. The guy at reception led us to an empty dorm and told us we could store our bags there. As nothing was open we decided to have a bit of shut eye in the storage rm/free dorm. Thankfully we weren't disturbed or told to get out and ...