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We were pleased to have booked a tour today as Sunday in Cordoba is as dead as every other South American town. The tour took us to the UNESCO heritage estancias that were north of the city. Our pickup was of course late and there were only 9 on the tour. Our first stop was the town of Jesus Mary which was a small town with a large number of Italian migrants. The first estancia was the largest we saw. They were set up by the Jesuits and ...
... World Cup (Vamos Argentina!), and to skip some big tests. When they told me that they were planning to all skip school I was suprised, to put it lightly. I knew that in America if we essentially went on strike as a full class to get out of a test we would all receive zeros on the test and probably have some other punishment as well. That is not the case here. There is such a strike culture here that even kids do it. It turned out a very fun day and ...
... since 2007. What was originally the chapel is now used for live music performances.
Across the street is the Gothic cathedral, Parroquia Sagrado Corazón de Jesús de los Capuchinos. (The Parrish of the Sacred Heart of Jesus of the Capuchins). The church was built between 1928 and 1934. Looking at the pictures, you might notice the rather unbalanced look with a tall steeple on one side of the church and no steeple on the other side. That ...
... just serve burgers, pizzas, pasta, unless you are lucky
enough to find an asado or a really good steakhouse! We were staying in
our dorm with 2 english girls + a really nice belguim guy! So after
dinner we all seat in the bar for the night drinking + chatting!
Next day, we had a really lazy day! We had a nap after breakfast, before
motivating ourselves to take a wander around town! Cordoba is a really
busy city + had a really good vibe to it! ...
... seem to do. Don´t ask me what it is, I thought at the start it was to cover the measly bit of dried and stale bread that they give you before but after yesterday´s charge I don´t have a clue what it is. Wolfgang seemed to think it is a charge for using the cutlery! Unbelievable if that´s right - a restaurant charging to use its cutlery. We´ll bring our own next time. Anyway, we had raviolli and free soup at this locals eating joint. Not bad.