King David Flat Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... century. Very interesting history here.Tuesday August 26th Cordoba. Today we took a 2 hour bus to the town of Jesus Maria to visit a Jesuit missionary and museum. This was a fascinating complex of 17th century Jesuit compound and its history having very few tourists it was wonderful to wander on our own and enjoy the peace and history. Being siesta finding a place to eat lunch was extremely challenging and we did find the one place open for a toasted ...
... be lying if I said I was a tad nervous about this, but it turned out to be a great experience and made a great friend in Lucas.
Lucas' English was extremely good, and interestingly had a British accent; he is currently studying Media at university, and has a part time job creating adverts and promotional material for companies and start up business. We'd flip flop between Spanish and English, but usually spoke in English, and he liked to learn typical ...
... We started to walk back to the bus station as the sun began to disappear and caught the bus back to the hostel. I crashed right away as I was still exhausted from Friday night...
I went out with a friend from couch surfing. We went out for a cocktail then went to a "gypsy party", and it did not disappoint! It was located in what looked like a converted warehouse. And the music really was "gypsy" (at first in didnīt know how to dance to this kind of music, ...
... here is so nice (apart form hostel guy, of course). We had hot showers and a big power nap (both much needed), and then made out way back out in the rain for some dinner. The place we wanted to go to was shut, so they directed us up a dubious looking path to a place above it. When we got there, there were 2 guys sitting in a dark bar - one of which turned out to be mean hostel guy (just our luck). Thankfully he seemed to have gotten over it, and directed us to the cosy ...
... Or was it 1600 and something? Old anyway. We also got to sit in the room where PhD candidates had to stand for three days and be questioned on their thesis, in public. Tour was led by young lady who had studied Russian in the same U niversity (it is still going strong - University is free in Argentina for Argentinians and people from other countries) and who spoke fluent English and was happy to get involved in ...