Hotel Enri-Mar

H. Irigoyen 148, Villa Carlos Paz, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Villa Carlos Paz

Discovering Cordoba

A travel blog entry by bobnkaren


... housemate, told us about the tango dancers in the plaza Saturday nights. So waaaay past our bedtime we walked the 10 or 12 blocks down to Plaza San Martín to one of the most enchanting scenes we've ever seen down here. The plaza was set up with loud speakers and a dj----I wondered if he was actually playing 78's cause some of that music sounded like original Carlos Gardel. At first it was a few older couples--maybe 60's & ...

New friends made in Córdoba!

A travel blog entry by emma2s-america


... cup is passed back to the server who adds more water and then hands it to the next person in the group in a clockwise direction, this is then continued until you're out of water or you can politely say "gracias" if you don't want anymore.

So drinking mate is a very social happening. This was the first time I got to try it, and I enjoyed it! They had made a nice summer version with ice and juice, which made it ...

Nunca Más: Argentina's last military dictatorship

A travel blog entry by fester_mower


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In November 1975 in Córdoba, Marta Rosetti de Arquiola wrote the following:

For 21 days, I was detained by the provincial police force’s Department of Intelligence (D2), the first two days with my daughter Virginia. During this time, I suffered torture, humiliation, physical exhaustion and death threats against my daughter, and I was very aware of my daughter’s screams and the fact that she was ...


A travel blog entry by loiclaplatine


Cordoba is a very young city, full of student.

I just had the time to put my stuff at the hostel and I was already invited to another asado at Benoit's place, a 17 students flat ! He introduced me to his friends from here and there, mostly exchange students, and after two days I moved in the room of one of them who went to Buenos Aires.

I passed the week in an "Erasmus" flat, together with Paco, Javi and Gabi and all the people that passed ...

La barrera del idioma (The language barrier)

A travel blog entry by ktolle

... like them. The best we can do is just keep a good attitude and to just keep trying until you get your point across. Also, bonding with your fellow international students is very helpful because it should give you an opportunity to speak English. If you're really worried about the language barrier though, I think the best thing to do is to brush up on your vocabulary and definitely bring a dictionary with you when you travel.

Until next time readers...suerte!


This hotel, located on H. Irigoyen 148, Villa Carlos Paz, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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