TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Scala La Falda
It was a great time the quality was great to and loved the food.
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... at. Only me and the Dutch guys were drinking that night. We polish off a bottle of vodka as pre drinks. No one picks up any woman. There are mostly only men at the bars. It was like a complete opposite to the night before. We were very disappointed, but still had a good laugh. I was teaching a homeless dog, out the front of the bar how to shake hands. At the end of the night we got XXXL pancho hot dogs. There's a photo of me in manjina position holding the hot dog as my ...
... memories that highlights the so called dirty period of Argentina politics where a lot of people disappeared (i.e were murdered) through government and police torture, it is very moving and very sad. After we just sort of wander around and down towards new Cordaba, the student area (Cordaba is a student town with four different Universities and a tradition of study since the Jesuits settled the area a long time ago). We dont very too far as soon ...
... of the girls had talked about since we got there. Instead we opted to take a bus out to a small town where there was a river and a beach we could hang out on, on such a hot day. We got to the bus terminal and took the hour long bus ride out. Once we got there, we headed for the river.. we found it, but then we had to find the beach. After multiple attempts, dead-end roads, barking dogs and even one that tried to bite Alex, we found the beach. The only problem was we were on ...
... the salt flat tour...and without any luck. I got in early and walked a lot, by the end of the day I found my favorite street! Fashion, young, and food. I ended up there twice...the last time was to eat. I tried a red lager which was delicious (and yes I did eat, the beer was not dinner). The red lager is popular in Argentina...it was called Otro mundo...yumm. Cordoba is ...
... and as it turns out, rightly so. It's fairly safe to say, I'm not a natural. Having been taught the various, and what I'd consider complicated, steps separately in groups of men and women, Jo and I were paired together to give it a go. It didn't go well. After maybe the fifth or sixth step I was lost and pretty much free-styling - Jo regretted wearing open top sandals given I'd opted for clumpy trainers. Still, it was all good fun and I thought, at least I'm ...
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