TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Scala La Falda
It was a great time the quality was great to and loved the food.
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After checking out of the hotel we had a bit of a dilemma as to what to do next. It was a toss up between heading back to cordoba or heading to a little town called alta gracia to visit the house that che guevara grew up in. After consideration we decided to catch the bus to alta gracia, we had nothing else to do and we had already seen cordoba, plus it was only 30 minutes away.
When we arrived in alta gracia, we checked if there were any buses leaving to mendoza but as ...
... upon a market and decide to try a delicious cake. We decide to go back to the hostel past via the Opera house and pleasantly discover they are doing a set of free shows over the next couple of nights and decide to try and go to one. We head back to the hostel, relax a little and have a delicious dinner. Later we make our way down to the opera house, as it is first come, first served and we don't want to miss out. We need not have worried as while ...
... to go and talk with the students after Easter. Meatime she has offered to teach me some Spanish, so talk about a win win.
I have joined up with some brain exercises on the computer, as I really feel I need to give the old brain more exercise, and I am sure that will help with my recall of the Spanish I am learning. Mind you I find I have ...
... sociable person - moody me again.
One point of interest in Córdoba is the Museum of Remembrance, I didn't know too much about this, and to be honest I didn't learn much at the museum either (all in spanish and beyond my comprehension).
But since I've read a bit online. A couple of months before I was born a dictatorship took to power in Argentina, for the following 7 years 30,000 people disappeared, suppressing free speech ...
... for English-speaking tourists. Cue shameless hand gestures and rabid use of the phrasebook!
We treated ourselves to Argentina's largest all-you-can-eat buffet. It had it all: salads, fresh pastas, sushi, desserts and of course a large 'Asado' - the national dish of Barbecue. After a week of ham sanwiches and salad, this generated real excitement! Especially with Lis who has bbq ...
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