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Cordoba is the second biggest city in Argentina. It was quite strange being back in a proper city again. After leaving the piece and quiet of the estancia, it was a big change. We did t really get up to much, people were happy just to wander. We went for an amazing dinner at an Italian restaurant called La mamma. It was pricey for pasta in Argentina, but it was very good. Next day was an early start, 5:30am. We are on our way to ...
... going wrong all these years!!
So, aside from this, my other bucket-list item of skydiving was on the agenda!! I've tried to organize this unsuccessfully three times.....weather cancellations..... so I'm thinking that maybe it's a sign that I'm not meant to do this....thoughts on a postcard?!? To be fair, if I had actually done this on the first expected day, I would have probably had a discount for fueling the plane with the alcohol left in my system! ...
... con leche. Not just tea with milk as we know it, a cup, tea bag and pot of steaming milk were delivered to the table, whereupon he poured the hot milk straight over the tea bag filling the cup! Happy with my (almost English tasting cuppa) I declined to try the milky tea that is apparently common on the menus over here, but he seemed to enjoy it! After a lovely afternoon out, we headed home for dinner and some much needed R&R following the eventful weekend!
We have now spent a few days in Cordoba which is Argentina's second city. It's a very elegant city reminding me of some of the larger Spanish cities with wide avenues and lots of trees and parks. There is one park that is fantastic called Parque de Sarmiento - it seemed to go on and on forever.
While we were here we also went to the Museo de Memoria. This is a very sad place indeed. It used ...
I realise that most of my recent stories involve tales of drinking and partying till the early hours of the morning, so I am pleased to report that we visited Córdoba seeking a little more culture. The city is home to no less than seven universities, including the oldest in Argentina, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. We went for a tour of this University, ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility