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

A quick detour to sunny Cordoba

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Sep 25, 2014

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... overjoyed by the climate (25 degrees and sunny), and the city was very Melbourne-like with many cafes and a pleasant, relaxed atmosphere.

After checking into our hostel we immediately took a colectivo one hour away to the nearby town of Alta Gracia, a beautiful little colonial town with some lovely open parks and plazas, most famous as the childhood home of Che Guevara. We visited a museum located in one of the houses in which the Guevara family resided in the 1930's which ...

Cordoba: a historic and cultural hub

A travel blog entry by alexennis269 on May 27, 2013

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... street corner. One of the main sites of interest is the Manzana Jesuitica (Jesuit block) which is classed as a Unesco world heritage site and contains both the country’s oldest church and its first university. We were given a tour around the complex by a professor who explained to us the history of the Jesuits in Cordoba and their influence on the city’s development. In 1767 they were expelled from the America’s by decree of King Charles III of Spain ...

Easter in the City and the Mountains

A travel blog entry by travelkaz on Mar 28, 2013

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... for the newspaper Naty works for. After, we head to Naty's favourite bar for beer, singing and dancing, with a group of guys with guitars drinking in said bar. I get a little embarrassed when they keep trying to sing English songs for me - but they're not ones I know - and I am pretty sure they think I am sulking by the end of the night, but I wasn't - far from it - it was great to spend a night getting down with the locals, hearing Argentinian music, and watching them tango! ...

First University town of Argentina

A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Jan 24, 2013

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... river bordered by holiday places just swarming with people - not deep enough to swim so they just sat and splashed or paddled. It was a very hot day, on return to the hotel we discovered it had been too hot for one of the air-con units that had tripped out and had to be reset so the room was a bit sticky. Then in the evening as we ate on an outdoor terrace we were entertained by the lighting flashes and then the ...

Bagpipes, Sky Dives & How Not To Cook An Egg

A travel blog entry by doove on Jul 05, 2012

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... talking to Louisa, a Dutch girl who was also going sky diving that day. Had to wait around the hostel for a few hours for the sky to clear, then set off along with two other Israeli girls, and later a quite eccentric but amusing guy from London and an Australian with a much better beard than personality. Naturally had to squash all 6 in a small car so was pretty tight, then signed the obligatory death disclaimer (probably the first of many). Unfortunately after waiting ...