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Catamarca 35, Villa Carlos Paz, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, 5152, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Villa Carlos Paz


A travel blog entry by bignatiev


... to attack my British friend and I... not sure how far that was a joke! Please browse through some of the photo´s of some of the cities unreal architechture.

The second day I intended to go skydiving, but sadly didn´t make it back to the hostel in time for the 8am departure (much to my mothers satisfaction i´m sure, who isn´t entirely aware of this yet.. sorry mum!), so I spent the day lazing in the sun, exploring more of the town and it´s ...

The little city that could

A travel blog entry by spikidle


... life from the period. Cost: 10 pesos per person Getting there: We came from Mendoza on Andesmar and its a 10 hour or so bus ride and included dinner. Bus terminal is around 1-2ms from the main square. Taxis seem cheap enough. Cost: 380 pesos each. Getting Around: Jesus Maria: from the minibus terminal. Takes around 45 minutes to an hour Cost: 34 pesos each, return Alta Gracia: from the minibus terminal. Takes around 40 minutes Cost: 25 pesos each, ...

Día de la Raza

A travel blog entry by ilona-jade


... I a climber I think I would have found the area immensely exciting!

Continuing in to the centre of town we walked around the tourist village, stopping in the Artisan’s Market and looking at the nick naks in the shops. Being out of season the town was a little quiet, but come summer time it’s famous for shows, parades and an influx of visitors!

As tea time rolled around we headed to a café for tea and medialunas where I was surprised to witness my father ...

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A travel blog entry by sam_and_jacqui


... on the list to show that we are not complete mugs, and sat back to enjoy the show. The dancing was brilliant, even I was impressed with the steps, but Jacqui could not hide her disappointment when the show turned out to be 80% singing (obviously in Spanish) and only 20% dancing. On the walk back to the hostel we passed lots of nice looking bars all of which were busy as it was Saturday night, but because we had already spent our budget we opted out. In hindsight we should ...


A travel blog entry by jameshopkinson

... it. From walking around quite a few of Argentina´s cities there is a common theme running throughout them all.....a plaza named after San Martin, streets called 9 de Julio (8th of July) and 25 de Mayo (25th May) which are important dates in the Argentine calendar. There are a few other street names that crop up over and over again....named after famous people in history.

Anyway our tour of Cordoba started at San Martin Plaza and from this main square it ...


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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