Lahres Hotel Colonial Fatida

Address: RN 38, Cordoba, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, 5158, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on RN 38, Cordoba.
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Travel Blogs from Cordoba

Córdoba, Asados, Picnics and German towns!

A travel blog entry by on May 12, 2015

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... massive dinner at that stage!) wine with dinner and a night cap of whiskey along with a recently released film all in English. Dad was soon snoring and I had to rescue his whisky before it spilt all over him! We had been previously warned how cold the night buses can be in Argentina, so we wrapped ourselves up in anticipation, only to have one of the hottest journeys ever! I was sweating in the night! So we arrived in Córdoba a little weary.

Córdoba itself was ...


A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Sep 15, 2014

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... forgiven by regally dressed plump old men, seated in wooden boxes. What sealed my secret passion for visiting churches alone was the sight of a man of about my age, dressed like a normal guy, weeping in front of a statue of a saint, crossing himself with one hand while covering the saint's face with the other. It was such an honest expression of something within this man, and so raw! With no regard for who might see him. Not only was I overcome by the physical beauty and ...

How d'you like yatay?

A travel blog entry by upontheroof on Sep 25, 2013

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... as he had his first opportunity of driving in the mud! The hundreds of tall yatay palms were an impressive sight. We took a short walk on the bank of the Rio Uruguay and wandered around the ruins of an old lime works which had been set up by Jesuit missionaries in the 18th century.
In the evening, we returned to Colon. Typically, rural towns, both in Uruguay and Argentina, have very few paved streets. There are usually only half a dozen or so ...

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

... 9,000 feet seemed to take FOREVER. We watched the houses get smaller and smaller until we couldn't make them out hardly at all. When the time came, we got buckled into our instructors' harnesses and put on goggles, which fogged up immediately. I heard the pilot say something and then my instructor, a friendly, bald man in his late 50´s, reached over and openned the door to my left.
WHOOOOOOSH. The wind came rushing in and I focused ******* my ...

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