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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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 …

Fluffing Bumble Fluff!

A travel blog entry by igowander on Jun 28, 2010


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Today, another volunteer started a online review site so that people will know to stay away. Bharat, I know none of this is your fault. I'm only addressing this to you because you are the person I have been in contact with since I started going through IFRE over a year ago. I send this e-mail with the intent that IFRE will at least be aware of what is going on here. Each time a volunteer has a bad experience, it does reflect on IFRE even though ...

We arrived & stayed in heaven (Floss)

A travel blog entry by blamethewine on Nov 22, 2009

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... a dusty track for a few KMs we arrived into a world of tranquility: 6,000 acres with only 1,000 cattle, 160 horses, 2 labradors, 1 collie, a few chickens & a couple of gauchos as neighbours. The Estancia is owned by Argentinians but with a very English influence; it is like stepping back in time. We arrived just in time for afternoon tea & cakes.

We were broken in gently on the 1st day as it was just the two of us for the day; accompanied by ...

Argentina´s second city

A travel blog entry by garygapyear on Sep 30, 2008

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... and rubbish which needs clearing. So sad to say I wasnŽt over-inspired by Cordoba the city , although Argentina the country has so many things which IŽm really enjoying ... I guess if IŽm truly honest in part because I have been "deprived" of certain creature comforts in more developing countries such as Bolivia and Peru :) One positive was that internet cafes in Cordoba seem to offer easily the fastest internet access ...

Rosario and Cordoba

A travel blog entry by anderwatts on Mar 13, 2007

... of our time eating, drinking, or sleeping, all three of which I highly recommend. I was a little sick the second night, so I went to bed early, around 1. John of course stayed up till 10 am, then slept on the 7 hour bus right to Cordoba, our next destination. The nationŽs second biggest city, this town is about halfway between the Chile border and the Atlantic Ocean, more or less in the center of Argentina. It has ...