Quorum Cordoba Hotel
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
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... powerful feeling the church held, I was moved by the humbleness, piousness, and passion of those who came there to worship or beg forgiveness. And so I was hooked. While Sam earned money on the streets of Córdoba, I lurked in the backs of churches, taking in that slice of beauty and peace, before stepping out into the bright light and fast pace of the city.
Beyond the churches and the CBD, we also explored the nearby park, which is supposed to be one of the biggest, or ...
... 6.45am - very late!) We were back on the road in the super comfy seats. I managed to add about 1/3 of 'the hobbit', 1/2 of a film about giant spiders, 1/3 of 'click' and the credits of 'twilight breaking dawn part 2' to my films-seen-on-busses list, and here we are in Cordoda. Exploring to do tomorrow, and this evening our planning session nailed Buenos Aires, Iguazu Falls and Rio into place! Very exciting, and flight home starting to ...
... When jumping, sit at the edge of the door, put your legs to the right to avoid the plane wheel, and cross your arms over your chest. Immediately after the jump, arch your back up into a banana shape. ¨Like this, not this!¨ He exclaimed, demonstrating the movement. ¨Got it? Good!¨
I repeated the instructions to myself over and over to be sure to remember. Don't want to mess this up! He told Sandra and me that we would be first. Thank god!! ...
... hostel we stay in is brilliant fun. It oozes the owners passion for partying and socialising. The whole place is packed with Aussies.
We stay a few days, nothing much to report apart from going to a club in an old theatre, searching for a non existent swimming pool and going to the cinema. ...
... interested in checking that out as well. So one day we chilled out at the hostel for a bit longer to gather some strenght and then walked around 45 minutes to Palermo where we enjoyed dinner and then a bottle of wine and some life music in an art-gallery-bar. Another night we spent watching people dance Tango in the park... I could have stayed forever.
Buenos Aires is a city to fall in love ...