Hostal de la Luna

Address: Monsenor Pablo Cabrera, Cordoba, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, 5178, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Monsenor Pablo Cabrera, Cordoba, is near Manzana Jesuítica (Jesuit Square) and Plaza San Martin.
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Travel Blogs from Cordoba

Moving on to Cordoba

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Nov 28, 2014

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... told me it would be another 15 minutes. I felt a lot better to know that I hadn’t missed my bus, because I was sure that’s what had happened.

He was wrong about it being another 15 minutes, it was only five more minutes, but I was very happy to see my bus pull in. I got in, got comfy, and then sat back hoping to see some nice scenery on the way to Cordoba. I did not. There was no nice scenery on the way. ...

Our First Week in Cordoba

A travel blog entry by bellawood on Apr 08, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... yourselves friends. The greeting here is a kiss on the cheek, be it your first time meeting or your best friend, which seems to be a much warmer embrace then a handshake. Each time friends meet up they hug and kiss, while in America its rare that I even hug a friend hello. I was walking down the street the other day and I was about to pass this man, I prepared to maneuver around him because we were in a congested are. Instead he stepped out of the way ...

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

... which is apparently a normal thing for the police here looking for “blanco”. The first police boarding was the most interesting though. A guy in a quasi military uniform strode onboard with a thumb inside his belt and proceeded to eyeball all the passengers one at a time. With this seeming intimidation complete, he John Wayned his way back down the isle to the front and spoke to the driver in a subversive manner. Moments later ...

Travelling to Argentina

A travel blog entry by crobinson on Mar 12, 2013

... G&T on the plane, complimentary, thank you very much British Airways! But I did pick the right seat as I was next to the emergency exit which meant I had oodles of leg room and only one neighbour. Unfortunately he was an armrest hogger, a definite pet peeve of mine. Strangely he asked me if I mined if he turned on his fan, which was weird as it had no effect on me and yet he continued to hog the arm rest. He also had one of the poshest accents I'd ever heard.


Manzana Jesuítica

A travel blog entry by ilona-jade on Oct 17, 2012

3 photos

... year. Students at this high school have to sit very tough entrance exams for very few places, and once gaining a place at the school a very strict and rigorous curriculum is followed, including compulsory study of multiple modern and ancient languages. Notably this college was a boy’s school up until the turn of the century when protests gave way to the admission of female students.

Overall it was a thought-provoking tour, ...