Hostal de la Luna

Address: Monsenor Pablo Cabrera, Cordoba, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, 5178, Argentina | Hotel
 
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Location

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

Time to Tango & drink Fernet

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Oct 17, 2014

53 photos

... Falkland Islands, they are posters up about it, graffiti around and we even drove through a town called Malvinas Argentina (It’s what they call they Falkland Islands). Cordoba sits roughly in the middle of Argentina (Maybe a little north of centre) and has close to 2 million people and is the second largest city of Argentina. It used to be the centre of power for the Argentinean viceroy before it moved to Buenos Aires. It is also the ...

Argentina's Second City

A travel blog entry by chrisfox93 on Sep 25, 2013

34 photos

... with a history of the city, the jusuit square which was the enlightened centre of the city in yonder year and now houses the university, the first pizza museum (bit of a stretch but I'll give it to them), Museo Histórico Marqués de Sobremonte which showed the history of the city through the eyes of a wealthy 18th centurian as you walked around his restored house. The standout piece was the Museo de la Memoria ...

Still alive

A travel blog entry by mankoozi on May 09, 2013

22 photos

... hill he would trip on his front feet and hit the ground face first. Not sure how but I managed to jump off in the process and avoided landing face first myself onto some of the rocks. Oh, and avoid my horse rolling on me. All part of the experience I guess.

Anyway, I will put some photos up when I get a change.

Hasta ...

I'd rather be on a bus

A travel blog entry by meganfisher on Feb 18, 2013

9 photos

... have been fine, but the accents of the people
here is really strong and the guide talked so fast I don’t think I got even 10% of what he said. It was still really interesting to see the museum though. It contained a lot of old maps and books. The church was also beautiful, although there was an old man sitting in the back snoring away which was distracting in a funny way.

The highlight of my time in Cordoba was as follows. The girl that ...

The 5 P's of Argentinian Cuisine

A travel blog entry by justinzellinger on Dec 19, 2010

22 photos

... many of the things we liked, we could not purchase because it would not be feasible to carry them with us and the shipping cost would be way to high. We found a nice tie- dyed cloth piece that we were able to roll up and keep in a small pocket our backpack until we get home. At the fair, there were also many people selling fresh baked empenadas, artisinal beers and pastries. The food here in Argentina is very delicious but can be somewhat monotonous. I have ...