Hotel Vina De Italia
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Vina De Italia Cordoba
Travel Blogs from Cordoba
... But first, it was gym time. We head down to thr chesp gym Leesh eyed off yesterday for a 50peso session. But at first glance inside, I certainly wasnt impressed. We are sat down with thr local trainer who tries to ask us what we wanted to do there. We are trying to tell him we just want to work out and dont need a session , but he didnt understand us and grabbed a guy with limited english who interpreted for us. We laugh it off and get into the session. As always, its bench to start ...
... haven't had chance to get through any of our wines from Mendoza yet, but hopefully we're stopping off in the next place a little longer so we can settle down and maybe lighten our loads a bit. The weather has been getting slowly better as we've been going. Cordoba is more central than Mendoza was, and a little further north of both Mendoza and BA, so maybe that's why. We're heading north again so fingers crossed we can get the shorts out again, jeans and jumpers do nothing for our ...
... the class was very laid back and while all the other girls were dressed in beautiful dresses and high heels that resembled sky scrapers the whole thing was hilarious. Our instructors ended up being part of the show which was strange because they transformed themselves from your average joe Latino to very made up (including the man) and dressed up dancers. The dancing was brilliant, the singing was not, the drinks were free flowing, the other acts ...
After getting the bus from Buenos Aires to Cordoba, we arrived at our
hostel at around 9ish that night! The hostel was really good, they
offered free breakfast + free dinner all for 40 pesos, which works out
to be around €6, really good value! We were delighted to hear we hadn`t
missed dinner, so we tucked into a massive feed of spaghetti bolognese,
just what we needed! Not finding the Argentinian food over exciting,
... the fringes, too afraid to go near the floor as incredible Argentine couples whirl and spin, hips everywhere... We found this to be a really authentic experience, getting to see tango up close and personal.
The next day, we went to see the Jesuit Crypt. This ruin was only discovered in 1998 when a telecomms company laying cable accidentally dug into the side. This is an interesting little site to poke around, but as an attraction still in its ...