Hotel La Cumbrecita

Address: Casilla De Correo 4, La Cumbrecita, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, 5194, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Casilla De Correo 4, La Cumbrecita, is near El Paseo Buen Pastor, Manzana Jesuítica (Jesuit Square), and Plaza San Martin.
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      The clippity-cloppity meatness of ranchy lifestyle

      A travel blog entry by marrre on Dec 11, 2014

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      ... local schools, as the proceedings from the merchandise went straight to the community.
      To summarize: I gauchoed up; horseback riding, guitar playing, meat eating, beret wearing, lassoing and wine-tasting at an Argentinian cattle ranch.
      Fun factoid: It is well-known, to those who know it well, that Napolen's horse was named Marengo. The horse I was allocated was Marengo, and so one concludes that my ride was over 200 years old, and quite the equine celebrity.

      Styx Growler Releases Debut Solo EP 'Let's Growl'

      A travel blog entry by hastie_gringo on May 16, 2013

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      New York, NY (Top40 Charts) The France-based solo artist Styx Growler has released his debut solo EP record, titled, "Let's Growl."

      The album is comprised of six original tracks for an approximate total of 25 minutes' worth of listening, making for a comprehensive extended-play debut. Growler's record is ostensibly pop, entirely danceable, absolutely maniacal music. Coming from left field at every turn, Growler's first offering is endlessly fun, delightfully irreverent, ...

      La Cumbrecita

      A travel blog entry by stefandkate on Nov 02, 2011

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      ... the middle of nowhere; so peaceful and relaxing after the noise of the city. We got to the swimming hole early evening so decided it was a bit too chilly to swim, but definitely a possibility if we had time one of the other days.

      On our full day we decided to follow one of the trails up to the highest point where there was a good view of the village and surrounding area. From there you could apparently walk further and find a river. However, ...


      A travel blog entry by jameshopkinson on Apr 26, 2011

      ... a religious movement from Europe that settled in Cordoba back in the 1600s and introduced education to the area. Cordoba had the first university in Argentina as the Jesuits believed that education was very important. The university here was one of three in the whole of South America at the time. Anyway, we spent some time looking around this crypt, which once had a church above it....but now was just pavement and shops. It was like going down some stairs to ...

      Day 22

      A travel blog entry by fbenz on Jan 21, 2011

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      ... we found to our dismay was a lot of traffic and no place to stay. Undeterred we continued up the road and eventually found a beautiful campground in the small town of Los Hornillos... large grass area for us to pitch our tent/through down our bivvy sack, with pool and very nicely appointed bathroom. It had been hot during the day, but by dusk a gentle breeze had developed and with the sunlit hills in the background we were quite ...