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The family home has been turned into a museum and contains some original furniture and some great photography (including video footage) from his childhood and also later years including meeting some of the world leaders and speaking at the United Nations. There was also a replica of the motorbike that he and his friend Alberto Granado took on their trip through South America (we recommend watching The ...
... what they wanted and everything went back to normal. We were a bit
dubious about going into the city after this, but went nevertheless and when speaking to locals about what had happened it was as if nothing had happened. Our first insight into how things work in South America.
We stayed for a few days and enjoyed the pretty city, it was like a completely different place to what we had seen on the news. One thing that struck us quite early on in Argentina was how ...
... Oktoberfest advice:
- Go early! Like everything else in Argentina it starts late and goes until later! However, from about 5pm the queues get up-the-street-and-round-a-few-corners type ridiculous so try to avoid that too.
- Buy a stein before you get to the bar as by the entrance there’s loads of choice of styles, designs and materials. ...
... on the park bench and chilling out at our cozy hostel. We miraculously lasted until about 22:30 that night to eat dinner. Unless you want to be the only ones in the restaurant and experience zero atmosphere, there is not much point in going out any earlier than that here! It was time to test out what all the fuss is about when it comes to Argentinian beef. We had taken Tripadvisor's advise and decided to tried out the top rated steak restaurant in ...
... to view the city. Cordoba was a big commercial city with more of the usual south american craziness and edge, yet provided a good base for exploring the surrounding area. In Alta Gracia I visited the childhood home of Che Guevara and a Jesuit estancia. As I walked around the furnished showrooms the persistent sweltering heat suddenly gave way to a torrential downpour, then to my great surprise, huge hail stones bouncing off the colonnaded walkway into the rooms. I took ...