King David Flat Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews King David Flat Hotel Cordoba
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... someone who jumped onto our bus when it stopped at the lights or the half a chicken we got in some very questionable restaurant.
We decided to fly to Cordoba as it was a 3hr flight compared to a 30hr bus journey and the prices were pretty much the same, so a no brainer!! Anyway Cordoba is just another big city and we thought we could change the rest of our dollars on the "blue market" but for ...
... meet young creative and passionate people, and be surrounded by that hopeful, bright-eyed, energetic vibe students have. Instead we found a fairly normal big city. Dirty streets, countless McDonalds, loud traffic, and people rushing from A to B with no time to be bright-eyed or hopeful. Apparently the student thang here isn't small bars or live music, but late night techno/reggaton clubbing. Which is very much not my thing.
Having said that, the city did have ...
... meet up with two Argentinian friends of hers.
I've been up to other things, but those are the highlights.
Unfortunately I can't upload any pictures right now, but I will as soon as I can.
I'm not sure when I'm leaving Cordoba exactly, but I will be heading to Brazil next week sometime. I'm keen to get to a place where I can speak the language!
That's all for now. Missing you people back home, please keep in contact with me on Facebook =)
... I thought they might give us a special skydiving jumpsuit or something but they just fixed some straps around us over our clothes. One of the instructors called us over to the plane and gave us a 30-second breakdown. Two of us would go up at a time with two other instructors. Crammed into the back of this tiny plane, right up against the pilot seat, we should wait for the signal before sitting on the instructors laps and getting buckled into ...
... a city located in the geographical center of Argentina and is the second largest city in Argentina. Córdoba has many historical monuments preserved from Spanish colonial rule and is known for the Jesuit influences. With different World ...