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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Our bus was mega slow, but pretty comfortable, so when i woke up we were already about halfway to cordoba. I spent some time catching up on blogs but when we finally arrived at about 2pm we had to find somewhere to stay.Being a big city, this was an easy task and we walked to a hostel which was just a few blocks from the bus station that gave us 2 free welcome beers.
After we checked in, we walked around some of the main ...
... opening. I read some reviews about the place and it is supposed to be especially great when they do openings of new exibitions. Great right? But i had a bus to catch at 21h. We went to the palace which was a massive building also full of paintings and art in general. Then we saw a fountain show with music, went into the passeo del buen pastor with art from young artists of cordoba, went into another church, saw a protest, went to a supermarket and went home. We were all a bit ...
... when they arrived really says it all!! Now, although the boys caused some disturbance to my blissful day, they made up for this by outdoing Evan's famous comments.......literally the funniest moment of the trip so far!
Let me set the scene......
Whilst we were sunbathing, I learned another fact about Nadia....she hates cats (another bonding moment for us) and is freaked out by them!! The problem with this is that there are several strays ...
... highway speed, and we were out of danger and on our way.
After heading in the wrong direction on what the guidebooks desirably exclaimed, “the longest continually tree lined avenue in South America”, we received vague directions to turn around, go back the way we came and ask someone further down the road. The first sight to see was the Estancia Colonia Caroya, a roughly four hundred year old encampment originally purchased by European ...
... most unknown adventures to me. the dangers that exist, despite having a large possibility of causing harm, do scare me but not to not leave me in my house every day. i think there are ways to prevent certain things and take certain precautions. obviously hitchhiking with a talk and strong male, and being able to speak the language were a plus. the best feeling is waiting there as a car passes you, another car passes you, 15 more cars pass you, some ...