Howard Johnson Inn Villa General Belgrano
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... their wings. Oh and they can live up to 60 years old. WOW!!!
We arrived at the park on Monday afternoon and it reminded me of Seattle because it was soooo foggy I couldn't see more than 10 feet away. It was great! I miss home and the cold weather. Hehe We also spent our first night in an intense thunderstorm. I am proud to say we did not blow away and we did not get wet. The tent did marvelously! Tuesday ...
... is a big student town and is also renowned for its art galleries. By complete chance we arrived when there was some sort of art festival on and entry was free to all the galleries. We strolled around a couple of them, disagreeing as we always do on what we liked, before heading back into the main area of town to track down a cafe that had been recommended to us by the hotel for lunch.
It is the little things, the unexpected things, that can make a day stick ...
... into the following days allowance as it turned out to be a quiet one.
Sunday 13th November
There is really nothing to say about this day as we did nowt. It rained most of the day and we only left the hostel to go to the shops to buy some bits for lunch and dinner. We cooked tea in the hostel for the second time but due to poor facilities and **** ingredients it turned out to be the worst tuna pasta bake I have ever made. I know a poor ...
... at the cinema which is a comedy in english but with spanish subtitles. The locals read the subtitles before the words came out of Owen Wilson's mouth, and they they were in hysterics during the punchlines which we could not hear. Bloody annoying to miss all the funniest parts! We then went out for cocktails at a bar, got ****** and grabbed chicken and chips before getting home at 4am.
For our last day in Cordoba, ...
... Hipólito Yrigoyen, a cultural street famous for museums, theaters and art schools. One of my favorite places was Museo Palacio Ferrerya, a small museum in a renovated French Beaux-Arts building housing a collection of Latin American paintings and photography mostly from the 1900s.
In the evening, there was a protest march by high school and university students against a recently passed law that apparently cut education budget for arts and humanities. Several ...