Quorum Cordoba Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... what happened to them. Some of their mothers began to protest in the main square in Buenos Aires, wearing white headscarves, and that became their symbol of defiance of the government. They used to just walk around the square in groups of three or less (meetings of groups more than three were banned by the government in fear of revolution) so the small groups just used to walk laps of the square, which is in front of the government house. Their popularity among the general ...
Arriving in Buenos Aires weary eyes and thoroughly exhausted (I really can't sleep on flights) we checked in to the hostel, signed up for a free dinner and near on passed out. After our free very salty pizza we went for a walk about town and stumbled across some street tango. The next morning called for a slow start and we had our free cornflake breakfast and sat and organised what we wanted to do in South America for most of the day. Then, tango... We ...
... are sitting in the bus station, waiting to
catch a bus to the border town with Bolivia! We hope to cross the border
tomorrow! We enjoyed Argentina, but not as much as Brazil! I suppose we
didn`t get out into rural Argentina enough + meet the proper locals,
but we found Argenina pretty expensive! Hopefully when we get to Bolivia
(which is really cheap) that we can do alot more for our money + relax
in places alot more! Looking forward to it!
“Well, here goes nothing”, I mumbled silently, jerkily surging up the exit ramp only to be stopped at the pedestrian laden sidewalk preventing my escape. I cheated a little using the E-brake to hold my position on the hill. The swell of people never ceased despite my meager attempts to push through. “Just beep at them, that’s what everyone does”, explained Jessica. The pitiful toot of my horn did nothing to slow the rush. I ...
Thanks again to everyone for your encouragement with my ramblings, I'm glad you're enjoying the journey, I just hope I am doing our experiences justice.
From Mendoza we had the joy of a 10 hour coach journey into pretty much slap-bang in the middle of Argentina to the country's second largest city, Cordoba. It's not as painful as it sounds, buses in Argentina are so comfortable with wide, well padded seats and plenty of leg-room. We ...