Hotel Felipe II
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... for a hike along a river and saw a lovely waterfall. Dad was a right trooper hiking as much as he could with his foot still in a support boot. We had prepared a small picnic the previous evening and sat by the river making sandwich between us, it was really very lovely. After a couple of days in Córdoba we were ready to head to pastures new and booked another night bus to Mendoza, dad and I had seats at the front of the bus so were able to enjoy a great view until bedtime ...
Once I got the German boys to shut off their awful jazz and rap music was able to sleep as well as the cheap saggy mattress allowed – the blackout curtains helped.
Didn’t have a great deal of success trying to see the Manzana, the Jesuit complex, as the minimum was 2 people. Headed off to hunt down a book exchange, but no luck their either and was foiled by the art museum – gave up and headed to the super to ...
... the shop keep I wanted to take it. But the shop keep told me to wait a minute.
Next thing, a chubby old Argentina man comes out and starts speaking to me in prefect English. He asked me where I was from and what happened to my old camera, etc. Then he said to me, "Look, electronics here in Argentina are very expensive and $1,800 is to much for a camera". He told me to come back later as they might have a second hand camera for me. I left the shop feeling ...
... chatting to the guy who lives there. It's basically an old farm house where tourists can go to eat their packed lunch. Very interesting to see the simple life of the family that live there - no electricity and sleeping together in a barn building over 300 yrs old - a stark contrast to the city life of Cordoba! About an hour later, the weather had worsened, and we could barely see 10 ft in front of us - now I am certain I am in Cumbria! Thankfully, the guy from Casa Vieja helped us ...
... famous for its old university. Moreover,
there are a lot of nice churches. In the pedestrian area there is the so
called "Museum of Memory". It was made in remembrance of the many
disappeared people during the military dictatorship in Argentina. The
museum moved us since it showed recent history. It resembles the
European history. Another place we visited was the Park Sarmiento.