Quorum Cordoba Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Quorum Cordoba Hotel
Travel Blogs from Cordoba
... by the Perons going back to the 1950s. For example, a man from Cordoba told me how Eva Peron once went to a factory and demanded 5000 bicycles be gifted to the children of families that supported the government or the factory would be closed, and how benefits during the Peron regime were often more the result of patronage than rights. He also told me how many people in Cordoba suspect the bottom of the San Roque reservoir, which provides the city with drinking water, ...
... chosen to live in a dorm and not with a family because I thought it would be a little more private and I would meet other travelers. I thought living with a family might be awkward - having to be home for dinner at a certain time, having to make conversation with relative strangers day after day and being in pretty close quarters. At this point however, a clean apartment sounded like a dream.... I also learned that my volunteer assignment would start ...
... of people out to do many activities. There are a couple museums and beautiful cathedrals that I got to see, but that is about it.
One of the tours that I found interesting (and funny as a University of Northern Colorado graduate), was a tour of the Universidad Nacional de Cordoba (another UNC). THIS UNC is the oldest university in Argentina and ...
... cathedral and some gorgeous churches that were very good for keeping out the sun, even if it wasn't perhaps very socially acceptable to hug the marble pillars in an attempt to cool down.
We headed back to our hostel and had some delicious empanadas for tea. Cordoba will live on in our memory as (1) the site of BCFC's fantastic victory and (2) stupidly hot. According to Michael (who actually knows where we're going on this trip, unlike Amy), it's only going to get hotter. Oh ...
... raised their hands, and the next morning we were off. (Something I am noting here so I don't forget is the political and religious discussion that commenced at almost 2:00AM at Fernanda's house that night. My first serious discussion made in Spanish. It wasn't easy. That's all, thanks for bearing with me)