Posada Las Perdices
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... World Cup (Vamos Argentina!), and to skip some big tests. When they told me that they were planning to all skip school I was suprised, to put it lightly. I knew that in America if we essentially went on strike as a full class to get out of a test we would all receive zeros on the test and probably have some other punishment as well. That is not the case here. There is such a strike culture here that even kids do it. It turned out a very fun day and ...
... not be for everyone, I won’t go into much detail, but maybe if it’s not for you. Skip this paragraph. The museum was two rooms full of human parts, preserved in the name of science. Sometimes the items were regular parts of the human that have been donated to help the studies of the students of the University, other times they were a little more radical perhaps, one of the most difficult parts in seeing was the section on babies, that had deformities’ or ...
... Tears were very close to the surface at the enormity of man's inhumanity to man. Walking through that space... that same space where so many were tortured... was chilling.
I walked down to Nueva Córdoba (New Cordoba) to see the Paseo del Buen Pastor (Promenade of the Good Shepherd). This is a cultural center and performance space that was originally built in 1901 as a combined chapel, monastery and women's prison. It's been a ...
... wrong money?.....did I ask for the wrong stop?.........obviously, I don't have the first idea how to translate any of the above so, I just went with a simple 'Que?' (mistake no.1)......as my brain was still on 'deactivate' mode for the second attempt, this was swiftly followed by mistake no.2......another 'Que?', complete with seriously puzzled facial expression.....at this point, my students were laughing as he did the obligatory SLOW REPETITION WITH HAND ...
... on the course...a family of owls, a scorpion and some very large hawks)!
One thing we found difficult to adjust to however was how late the locals eat. At 8pm we were famished after a day of sightseeing and ready to tuck into dinner but there was nothing open until at least 9pm. Even this was considered early and we often found ourselves eating dinner alone in an empty restaurant!