El Gran Chaparral Hotel

Address: Pasaje Pedernera 1436, Mina Clavero, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Pasaje Pedernera 1436, Mina Clavero, is near El Paseo Buen Pastor, Manzana Jesuítica (Jesuit Square), and Plaza San Martin.
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      Mina Clavero

      A travel blog entry by winsherlocks on Apr 01, 2013

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      ... the right direction when we got there so we had a few confusing conversations and wandered up and down the street a couple of times before we spoke to another friendly soul and eventually found our way to a trail head. Found a river-side spot perfect for lunch and a quick dip (Catz & Russ: this brought back memories of a dip during Toby's prat ice run in Wales except the season was much more appropriate!!). We also managed to get on horses again as well. This was a much more ...

      Argentinas' 2nd city and it's still rubbish

      A travel blog entry by nozwhitts on Mar 19, 2013

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      After yet another expensive night bus, this one was £100 for both of us, we arrived in Córdoba. We had turned up at our hostel at 7am and they were nice enough to let us in to our dorm room. This was our first dorm room since being on this trip, luckily it wasn't too bad and the two lads in there already were friendly. We headed straight back to the bus station to book our tickets out of here. After booking two tickets to La ...

      Second most populated city in argentina

      A travel blog entry by pierre-zuzana on Feb 07, 2012

      53 photos

      ... la plus peuplée d’argentine et se situe dans la partie basse du Nord Est du pays. Cette possède de nombreux édifices historiques que nous admirons et visitons avec plaisir, ainsi qu’un centre ville très actif autour de ses rues piétonnières et commerçantes, ainsi que son quartier des bars. En dehors de la ville, nous partons marcher dans les collines avant de terminer sur les bords de l’une ...

      'The Randoms and the Opera'; or, BA - Paris II

      A travel blog entry by here-then-gone on Jun 01, 2011

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      ... Oddly. The opera was in the Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires's original, decadent, and beautiful theatre venue. Now, I've seen nineteenth century decadence in opera houses (take Vienna). But that paled in comparison to the golden lobby and staircase of the Colon. Quite accidentally, the opera I went to see was actually in English (I have a habit of accidentally seeing English operas when I travel - by which I mean, Eleanor and I did the same in Vienna). It was called 'The ...

      A Day in the Sun - Mina Clavero

      A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Feb 26, 2011

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      ... One strange thing though, the water is a decidedly orange-yellow color. We couldn’t get an explanation for the color of the water, but no one seems particularly bothered by it and the river has been a local swimming area for generations.

      Nonetheless I didn’t put my head under the water.

      Big, flat granite rocks in the middle of the river provided perfect perches to sit and dangle your legs into the running water – which ...