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

Horse riding on the Estancia

A travel blog entry by hilandsteve on Jan 12, 2011

3 comments, 24 photos

... and got closer to lassoing Mel than the calves, but Hil certainly had the right stance and tecnique with sound coming from the lasso. We were taken back to where we were staying in a couple of pick ups.

Tony had asked if we could do a bit of a truck clean, Emptying food boxes of anything that could no longer be used, cleaning the fridge etc..

Storm clouds gathered and our fellow campers decided to take the tents down and move indoors. We stuck it ...

Comida (Food)

A travel blog entry by ktolle on Sep 06, 2009

8 photos

... only it's less thick (meaning you can pretty much just eat it by the spoonful). Needless to say I've become an addict to this sweet treat. Most typically it is presented with breakfast (to have with your pan tostada or toast), in place of frosting on cakes, or served with fruit (my favorite is apples) for dessert. It can be found in the United States in most grocery stores, but here is a recipe for those adventurous enough to make it themselves at ...

Off to the north!!!

A travel blog entry by mandita on Aug 16, 2009

1 comment

... trip I have done: except for the first and last night that we spend on "bed buses", we will stay in very nice hotels!

Well, since my last update I have to around town more. One day we went with Caro to see the famous churches, and three museums. Another day I walked around and looked at some of the plazas and more famous buildings. One night after a dinner we also went to a bar in the student neighbourhoods. Last night also went to an ...


A travel blog entry by delynchster on May 11, 2008

Bus from Salta to Cordoba was an overnight bus so we slept when we arrived at the hotel (which was very nice by the way but the spa pool wasn't working-much disappointment). I don't know if we were just too tired of travelling to make the most of Cordoba or if there really isn't much to see and do here but we ended up spending the whole time watching TV, shopping, eating ...

Wandering the Streets of Córdoba

A travel blog entry by thymeoff on Jun 23, 2005

21 photos

... so we won't have a chance to examine its ornate ceiling made of stretched cowhide decorated with pigments from boiled bones. Wandering the nearby alleys we are confronted at every turn by reminders of centuries past - from the classic lines of the Provincial Legislature (currently undergoing a gorgeous renovation job) to the ornate curls of a 1613 wrought iron coat hook. In the Municipal Museum of Fine Arts we are struck more by the turn-of-the-century building with its ...