Hotel Bristol

Address: Catamarca 35, Villa Carlos Paz, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, 5152, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Catamarca 35, Villa Carlos Paz, is near El Paseo Buen Pastor, Manzana Jesuítica (Jesuit Square), and Plaza San Martin.
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    Travel Blogs from Villa Carlos Paz

    Villa Carlos Paz

    A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Apr 29, 2015

    ... walking. we stumble across a coffee shop open and grab a coffee and two medialunas. it was a nice coffee before we set off to see if anything was open. No luck with even the main streets completely closed of except the pricey restaurants. the town had a cable car and few treks that could be done, but as it was now 1430, we were pretty over it and ready to head back. we jump in a bus and make it back to cordoba. when we arrived back in Cordoba, we made our way to the ticket ...

    The Cochella of the Southern Hemisphere

    A travel blog entry by abbeyking on Feb 01, 2014

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    ... some street performers dance the traditional folklorico dance before our long drive home. Though the feeling of delight that filled the air was familiar, this dance was unlike anything I have ever seen, a beautiful expression of the indigenous culture of northern Argentina. As we turned to leave, a fireworks show began unexpectedly, begging us to stay just a few minutes longer. And so we stayed, because on a balmy, summer night in Cordoba there was nowhere else to ...

    Sky Diving in Cordoba

    A travel blog entry by on Jan 21, 2013

    ... Jack was kitted up in his harness with one other person to go at the same time. Then they headed out to the plane, where he tells me they were told what to do in broken English on the way up! I had to wait about 15 minutes before I saw the two parachutes coming down to get some pictures. When Jack landed he had the biggest grin on his face and had clearly enjoyed the experience to the max. After ...

    No, I do NOT enjoy cow´s stomach!!

    A travel blog entry by quincy_allen on Feb 29, 2012

    12 photos

    ... t speak any english really so Cassie practices espanol. It was really nice of him to help us out, and he insisted on paying for our cab home. What a sweetie, there was nothing in it for him! By the time we get home in the cab which Christopher makes sure of (bless him) itīs 7.30am, and still dark. Bed time.

    Bit of a boring old blog this one.

    Next stop for some R and R and re-energising - Capilla del Monte!!


    Been there, done that, didn't buy the Che t-shirt

    A travel blog entry by plodplod_pedro on Jun 25, 2011

    4 photos

    ... dirty war claimed the lives of many a dissident. To this day, the children of the detained and ‘the disappeared’, who were usually taken and adopted by members of the collaborating elite, are discovering that their real parents were often killed by their adopted parents. Although this was a sobering experience for everyone, it was all a bit too much for some. A large group of teenagers decided it would be best to start pulling each other, necking in front of ...