Hotel Las Verbenas

Address: Casilla De Correo 42, La Cumbrecita, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, 5194, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Casilla De Correo 42, La Cumbrecita, is near El Paseo Buen Pastor, Manzana Jesuítica (Jesuit Square), and Plaza San Martin.
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      A travel blog entry by sue.tonytravels on Dec 01, 2014

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      After a long bus journey, we arrived in a very, very hot Cordoba. The sun was intense but added to that the wind was strong and also very hot and it was a struggle to even walk around in it. That night there was a dramatic storm with lots of lightning and very loud and close thunder. When we went out the next day it was that cold that I had to wear my fleece(Tony even had a long sleeve top on so it must have been ...

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

      A travel blog entry by hastie_gringo on May 16, 2013

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      ... and extremely clever listening.The sound of "Let's Growl" is varied, spreading from French dance-club style electronic dance music (158 BPM for Track One) to Bowie-inspired groove rock, even to a pop sonnet composed with the sensibilities of Elton John, circa "Benny and the Jets."

      A strong undercurrent of Radiohead is present in Growler's voice, which is an impetuous-sounding blend of Thom Yorke and Bowie with all the melodrama stripped away, leaving a more ...

      La Cumbrecita

      A travel blog entry by stefandkate on Nov 02, 2011

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      ... park style signs didn’t go up the hill and I think we took the wrong path because instead of a river we came across a run down farm house and three very angry dogs!! It was a nice walk anyway and on the way back we spotted the path to the river. As always with our activities here we decided to do the walk in the peak of the afternoon sun!

      On the last day the weather was even hotter than the previous day so we went for a short walk ...


      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 ...

      A Merry Malbec Christmas

      A travel blog entry by lucywhitehead on Dec 27, 2010

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      ... the second biggest city in Argentina and full of universities, had a great student quarter with night markets, african bongo bands and dancing. The Jesuit architecture in the churches and university buildings was impressive and very elaborate. But there's only so much city sight seeing you can do in 37 degree heat so I mixed it up with a bit of swimming - where I'm now getting used to the medical examinations you have before a swim in a public pool. First shower, then ...