Posada Camino Real

Address: Ruta E-66 Km 23, Cordoba, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ruta E-66 Km 23, Cordoba.
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        Córdoba, Asados, Picnics and German towns!

        A travel blog entry by josaphine.ford on May 12, 2015

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        ... himself as a part time tour guide so he arranged for a minivan of hostellers to go on a day trip to a nearby town. It was a good hour or so drive out to the countryside but well worth the trip. The scenery was beautiful and the little town was very quaint. Strangely it had a very German feel to the houses' architecture. Later I found out that after World War Two many Germans (rumours say a lot of Nazis) fled to South America and made their own pockets of communities. We went for ...

        Driving North

        A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Apr 19, 2015

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        ... dinner, we had s'mores as we were able to build a fire. I had the pleasure of teaching some people how to make them because they had never made or had them before. It seems to be a very North American thing. Since there isn't much to write for today, I figured I'd put in a sentence or two about dulce de leche since it is a huge dessert here and you can ...


        A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Sep 15, 2014

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        ... for. If I told you the highlight of my time here was making some mind blowingly good gluten free pancakes, you might find it a bit sad. But I was just that kind of city. Unless you love late night clubbing, you probably won't find much to do here. On the bright side we got to be a little productive, get some writing done, do some planning, and make some money. But I wasn't worried. If Córdoba was a little bland, I was sure our next stop, Buenos Aires, would more than make up for ...

        Cordoba: a historic and cultural hub

        A travel blog entry by alexennis269 on May 27, 2013

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        ... who organized into left wing guerrilla movements most notable of which were the Montoneros. They took part in a revolutionary armed struggle against the ruling regime which manifested itself as kidnappings, assassinations and bombings aimed at serving members of the military government, police forces and those who were deemed to be supporting it. In 1973, following widespread support, Juan Péron returned from exile to run the country as President once again. He died ...

        So jumped out of a plane!

        A travel blog entry by sandramoloney on Apr 02, 2013

        ... to stop completely. The bright green parachute soared above us and when I looked up I could see Sandra's pink one higher up. I was relieved and exhilarated, staring out over the miniature city. There were mountains beyond and miles and miles of green and yellow farm plots.
        My instructor pointed out a few landmarks and flapped my arms to get me to relax. ¨Like a bird!¨ he shouted. It was so slow compared to the freefall, but still a bit freaky ...

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