Hipocampus Resort

Address: Brown 240, Cordoba, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, Argentina | Hotel
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      A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on May 18, 2014

      10 photos

      ... black slaves and the Spanish to create a more equal society. The tour went through the church where there are groups who pray almost continuously and have 4 or 5 masses a day. They then took us through the university and started in the graduation room which used to be part of the Spanish church. When the Spanish started kicking out the Jesuit priests the church retaliated by closing down that part of the church and incorporated it into the university. In another area ...

      Been there.....jumped that!!!

      A travel blog entry by genevievemolloy on Apr 13, 2013

      34 photos

      ... and handsome about him.....he rode ahead of us clearing some of the path with a machete (yup, hardcore!!).....it was like having a modern day Indiana Jones with you......'tis like a base instinct is triggered...man rides horse, man protects woman, man provides food....I'm sure you all get the idea!! Ramblings aside, I'm sure that he totally saw me as a modern-day Karen Allen.....well, that is until we had to make our way back and he had to help me.....mounting ...

      10,000 kilometres.

      A travel blog entry by gerty581 on Jan 30, 2013

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... and Difunta in a previous blog; well they are still all around. I have included a photo of a great Gaucho Gill shrine with a model of his horse. The Difunta Correa shrine was at Vallecito, a small village that seemed to be there only because of the shrine, with cafes and souvenir shops. Apparently during Holy Weeks 100,000 pilgrims come to the shrine. Well what can I say, it is weird and so over the top. It had thousands of thank you messages, ...

      Hola Chicos!

      A travel blog entry by comfortsontour on Aug 10, 2012

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... floating in it than water. And the rubbish "theme" flowed out into the rest of the park too. Clearly it had once been a much loved place with a rose garden (now barron), a rowing club (now closed as rowing has been made impossible in the lake due to the amount of rubbish floating in it), a golf course (now parched brown) and a few little cafes (now mostly boarded up and vandalised). Suffice to say we were pretty disappointed and felt that the guide book had ...

      Yoga, football and running

      A travel blog entry by emmajones on Jan 27, 2011

      4 photos

      ... yet.

      Enormous cheers greeted the players on our side, and whistles greeted the Boca players – they don’t 'boo’ here. Then it was kick-off. And it was a great match. Although, we lost 2-0. Boca did play better, to be fair. However, I was still watching the fans as much as I was watching the football. In true Argentine style, there was much fowling, players jumping and grabbing onto each other, claims of ‘I was only ...