Howard Johnson Hotel & Casino Rio Cuarto
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... lunch inspiration – can’t face any more of
the hideous bread. Ended up with fried eggs and oven chips, comfort food, but
have to take advantage of the oven.
Headed out later to check out the classical string
performances in front of the Manzana – of course the tourist office were
clueless (and happy to remain so) about it and pretty much everything else,
both in the centre and at the bus station!
... parks and streets. Even in Bolivia where they don’t have some of the most basic things like clean water, they still have wi fi in all the parks and on some of the buses. It makes England look like the developing country in comparison!!
We arrived in Cordoba early morning together with Vanessa, Brad and Veronica. None of us had booked anywhere to stay and were relying on there being people at the station with flyers for hostels. Typically, when ...
... much out of wandering around unaccompanied at all). Without a guided tour, you would also miss out on gems such as “If you look there you can see where the stone walls are a different colour; that’s because the fat from dead bodie, that were dumped here during the cholera outbreak, oozed into the walls”. The story about the crypt lying there until it was discovered by Telecom engineers digging the road in ...
Back in December, I had a nice dinner in Buenos Aires with my cousins and my aunt Diane who works with her husband Herve in the wine industry in Mendoza. I mentioned then that I was really interested in working in an estancia in Argentina with the famous gauchos (cow-boy equivalent). Following this dinner, Herve and Diane put me in touch with one of their friend, Gustavo, who manages an estancia (ranch equivalent) close to Rio Cuarto, province of Cordoba.
... for the rest of the night and I only woke up when my room-mates got to bed at 7:30am. Needless to say the hostel was a very quiet place on 1 January.
Actually the whole of Cordoba and its surrounds was a very quiet place that day. As I headed out later that morning I was struck by how quiet the streets were – there were no people around, no cars, and certainly nothing open. It was the most quiet I had seen any street since arriving ...