Marcelo T de Alvear 10, Cordoba, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, 5000, Argentina | Hotel
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Short but sweet in Cordoba

A travel blog entry by longwayround21


... 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 ...


A travel blog entry by phillipsquared


... black slaves and the Spanish to create a more equal society. The tour went through the church where there are groups who pray almost continuously and have 4 or 5 masses a day. They then took us through the university and started in the graduation room which used to be part of the Spanish church. When the Spanish started kicking out the Jesuit priests the church retaliated by closing down that part of the church and incorporated it into the university. In another area ...

Been there.....jumped that!!!

A travel blog entry by genevievemolloy


... it was time guessed it....another beer with the girls!!! Met some lovely people on this trip and we're heading off on some more adventures to Igazu Falls (I'll try not to fall in)!!! I also have a trip to Mendoza coming up which involves white water rafting and wine-tasting through several vineyards.....with bikes as our mode of transport (oh dear!!!) this space!!!

Best go make the most of the sunshine!!
Jellybean x

10,000 kilometres.

A travel blog entry by gerty581


... and Difunta in a previous blog; well they are still all around. I have included a photo of a great Gaucho Gill shrine with a model of his horse. The Difunta Correa shrine was at Vallecito, a small village that seemed to be there only because of the shrine, with cafes and souvenir shops. Apparently during Holy Weeks 100,000 pilgrims come to the shrine. Well what can I say, it is weird and so over the top. It had thousands of thank you messages, ...

Hola Chicos!

A travel blog entry by comfortsontour


... way to do it is by ferry, and there is only one operator so the prices are might be a bit steep, so we'll see.

Cordoba has been nicer than Mendoza tho and we have enjoyed taking things slowly. There are more churches and older more interesting looking buildings here. And as there are more people there is generally more of an atmosphere too. It still feels very European though and we have been indulging in the good warm sunny weather and cafe culture ...


This hotel, located on Marcelo T de Alvear 10, Cordoba, is near Manzana Jesuítica (Jesuit Square), El Paseo Buen Pastor, and Plaza San Martin.
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