NH Urbano

Address: Av. Marcelo T. De Alvear 363, Cordoba, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, X5000KGF, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Av. Marcelo T. De Alvear 363, Cordoba, is near El Paseo Buen Pastor.
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    Travel Blogs from Cordoba

    The First Week of School

    A travel blog entry by bellawood on Jun 16, 2014


    ... in spanish and it went very quickly. For those of you who have never had the pleasure of taking a class for a language you don't know in a language you aren't great at, I dissuade you.
    On Wednesday all 40 fifth years participated in what is called a "convivencia." A uniquely Latin American thing to do, but something I would suggest to schools all over the world. The word put simply is "to bond". And that is just what we did. We drove up to ...

    Apr 30 - Couchsurfing cherry popping in Cordoba

    A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Apr 30, 2014

    8 photos

    ... locals usually on their couch, hence surfing their couch. The idea is that in return, you host people when you can, and then people host you when your on the road, this is all done through a website, where you create an account put some information in about yourself, then you can search for people to stay with. There’s also meet ups that you can go along to usually in bars, or language exchanges, basically it can be used as a tool to meet new people. When the day came ...

    Everything is open today

    A travel blog entry by graybeard on Oct 15, 2013

    1 comment, 45 photos

    ... 1645 and 1671. The designer was a former boat builder and they say he designed the roof to be made of cedar in the form of an inverted ship's hull. The Baroque altar and pulpit were carved from Paraguayan cedar.

    The ceiling of the Capilla Doméstica, the Domestic Chapel (no I don't know why it's called that) was made from cowhide stretched over a skeleton of thick taguaro cane and painted with pigments composed partially of boiled ...

    Back to School

    A travel blog entry by carlier on Apr 02, 2011

    36 photos

    ... national park close to the border with Chile. Often called the roof of the Americas at 22,841 feet Aconcagua is the largest mountain in the world not in the Himalayas. On a crystal clear day we had an amazing time trekking around the vast daunting snow capped block of rock that is Aconcagua as it towered above the border between Argentina and Chile. As part of our trip we journeyed up to 14,000 feet to see Chile & Argentina’s answer to Rio De ...

    Independence Day

    A travel blog entry by annaandmike on Jul 09, 2010

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... open and sampled another local delicacy which is called a picada. It is basically a massive plate full of cheese, ham, salami, pate, bruscettas and olives which was fantastic.

    We then proceeded to wander around the historic centre of Cordoba which is a lot like the Birmingham of our University days in that it consists mostly of run down shops selling discount goods. This sounds a bit bad but it is much worse when all these shops are actually ...