Hotel A. Victoria

Address: 25 de Mayo 240, Cordoba, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, 5000, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 25 de Mayo 240, Cordoba, is near El Paseo Buen Pastor, Manzana Jesuítica (Jesuit Square), and Plaza San Martin.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel A. Victoria Cordoba

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Cordoba

Vino tinto, embroidery and stone currency

A travel blog entry by womblekisses on Nov 19, 2006

Necochea was nearly closed, only one or two eateries to be found as we wandered the dark chilly streets seeking sustenance; then we saw it. The place was large with stark uncovered tables, ordinary, a little down perhaps, but friendly and clearly welcoming. It was the wine that got me as always, the Argentinian red is as amazing in quality as it is …

Doggone Crazy!

A travel blog entry by missyvillalobos on Jul 10, 2010

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... worse is the condition in which I sometimes see these dogs. Many of them are sick with infections, ribs jutting out from food deprivation, and a broken leg or two limping about probably from a run-in with the cars. It absolutely KILLS me to see a dog like that and all I can do is close my eyes and pray that God will have mercy on them or I will get so upset I will cry right then and there. That’s no way to deal with stuff, especially when I am always with ...

There is an icecream parlour in my street!

A travel blog entry by ditdotnonny on Jan 21, 2010


... slowly, as a mass. My goodness life is easier when there is only one or two people to steer to go in the same direction! For example:

Time taken to make our minds up about who wanted to go to the corner shop - 10 minutes.

Time taken to wait for everyone who wanted to go to the local shop – 12 minutes.

Time taken to walk around the corner to the local shop – 3 minutes.

Time taken for everyone ...

Cordoba, not a lot going on . . .

A travel blog entry by harpsam on Oct 16, 2008

Despite being the second city, Cordoba doesn't have a lot going on and despite some nice colonial buildings has street after street of shops resembling 1970's Watford. Not good. Due to a slightly unforseseen medical situation we ended up staying longer than the place justified. The Spanish took a battering again. It's hard enough with a menu to point ...

You learn from your beatings

A travel blog entry by sauso on Jul 16, 2007

... destination (or close enough cause we didn't actually know the address of our place) and he tries to charge us double what we payed to catch a cab to the club in the first place. Which proved to be quite the predicament as the price was also in fact double what we had in our pockets. So we think it over (in the mad states we were in) and decide that the only option available is to do a runner. We will leave the door open (we figure that will make the getaway easier) ...