Hotel Las Verbenas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... as the weather was awful. We werent interested in seeing the city although we did still spend one day exploring it, and it had a very student feel.The following day we took a bus out to the nearby National Park 'Condorito', hoping to see some Condors. (Huge birds). However it was like me in the Blue Mountains of Sydney all over again - it was so high up that by the time we got there it was thick fog and we couldnt see a thing. And the park was closed. It ...
... Amenia (Tanzania), and Shea (Paris). We left Cordoba at 8am and took a bus to Villa del Belgrano which took us about 2 hours. There we had to buy a bus ticket to La Cumbrecita which took an hour and a half to get there. There were beautiful sights on our bus ride there and you could see ranges of mountains everywhere! Once we arrived close to La Cumbrecita the road began to change, it was all made from pieces of stones, very unique! When ...
... in Argentina! The beer was good but the food was average and, for reasons unknown to us, the Brazilian guy picked up the bill without telling us. It was very nice of him but a bit strange bearing in mind we had only known him briefly.
We spent the next day trying to work out where the hell we intended to go over the next few months, which was painful but eventually we came up with a plan and booked another bus.
We were heading north and were off to ...
... 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 ...
... the livelihood is based on the surrounding vini/agriculture. At around 50 KM we abruptly left the vineyards behind and entered a desert landscape, which defines the province of San Juan. We spent the next 3 hours making our way across the desert as quickly and expediently as we could. Riding long stretches of straight flat road can get pretty tedious and one does what one can to break the monotony. In my case, I have the benefit ...