Lahres Hotel Colonial Fatida

Address: RN 38, Cordoba, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, 5158, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cordoba

The jesuits have left their buildings

A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Nov 09, 2014

... We then just hung around the hostel waiting for the time to pass until we could head out for our overnight bus. The bus was to take us to Mendoza and we had booked first class which turned out to be even more luxurious than our previous bus trip. It really was like first class on a plane with enormous seats that lay flat down to make a bed, individual TV screens and curtains that you could draw around to screen yourself from fellow ...

All this is just for us?

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Mar 21, 2014

165 photos

... escape the afternoon sun, and watched DVDs on our own TV!

We returned to the Cathedral in the evening, which was beautifully lit, and went in search of the Mandarin restaurant, which our guidebook assured us had south-east asian, and importantly, vegetarian cuisine! Sadly, the only veggie options were pizza, so I settled down to my margarita with peppers, whilst Mr H munched on a Thai Chicken Salad. We returned ...

How d'you like yatay?

A travel blog entry by upontheroof on Sep 25, 2013

11 comments, 18 photos

... lovely China (pronounced Chee-na). This was indeed luxury at an affordable price. China was delighted to learn of our nationality and to tell us that of her very good Irish friends, Bernard and Oonagh.
The road north from Mercedes passes close to the site of the original shrine to the semi-mythical Gauchito Gil, a kind of 19th Century gaucho Robin Hood. Folklore has it that Gauchito Gil, believing that brothers should not kill one another, refused to ...

The girl in this blog was American - no comment.

A travel blog entry by robin.d.cullen on Jun 02, 2013

4 comments, 8 photos

... but I think this was maybe because the day we picked to explore turned out to be the one day when everything was shut. Museum about Argentinean dictatorship – closed. Craft market – not open on that day. Iglesia Cathedral – actually this was open but I’m utterly sick of visiting towns to see churches now. After this no show day, we decided to move a few kilometres up the road to visit two villages called Villa General ...

A Home Away From Home Away From Home....

A travel blog entry by kumar.jensen on Mar 03, 2013

8 photos

... at the university in Cordoba. I was also lucky enough to be able to meet up with a few classmates from before. I spent most of the time hanging out with them, walking the city, checking out the museums of the city and looking for and finally finding the ever so tasty choripan. Chori is short for chorizo (sausage) and pan means bread so its a sausage sandwhich with lots of fun toppings. It is SO good. I had like 5 while I was here.

Again I didnt really do ...

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