TripAdvisor Reviews La Fortaleza Cordoba
Travel Blogs from Cordoba
... as it was fairly busy. We had a very nice piece of BBQ meat which was for two. They give you wooden cutting boards each to slice up your meat. It took more than an hour for lunch and then we left to travel to our final stop which was the only privately owned estancia. There is not much left here apart from the church which like all the places we visited was painted white. It was interesting to be shown in this church the secret escape ...
... Plaza by the Cathedral, where a talented violinist was playing Adele, Coldplay and Lady Gaga, to our delight. We stopped to listen for a while, before setting off again, down a side street by the Cathedral. The street contained "bunting" of a sort - photographs of people who went missing or were killed during the "Dirty War" in the 1970s, in which Videla led a military coup against Isabel Peron.
We passed lots ...
... fact, she was one of the most obnoxious individuals I have ever had the pleasure to meet. And it actually was a pleasure once you got past the grating precocious attitude, the shouting over the top of other peoples conversations to boost a banality about herself and the obvious lying. Sarah and I spent a particularly enjoyable evening with her and a group of rowdy Aussies at a Beatles cover night. She spent her whole time either upsetting the ...
... helpful. But we were suddenly talking about the Dirty War, something my guide book says to explicitly avoid! I don't think there was any offence taken though.
14.37 - I'm on the plane, hope my luggage is too!
18.46 - I have arrived with my luggage and been left with my host family, who really don't speak any English! They are really lovely people though so I'm sure I'll soon settle in, maybe once I have slept. I'm a little ...
The earth here is red.
They have big snails and fat frogs in the garden that come out when it rains.
It’s very windy, like all the time.
There are lots of storms. They’re quite loud.
They have horse and carts here that ride around on the road with the cars. They’re called ‘Cartoneros’ and they collect unwanted cardboard from shops ...