Rancho Grande Hosteria

Julio A.Roca 377, Villa General Belgrano, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, 5194, Argentina | Hotel

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A day in the life of

A travel blog entry by cracka


... ll have time enough to visit past regrets then. Now you live and be confident and back yourself and stay true to who you are. You have to give yourself the best crack at what you want. Everything is interesting. There is a big picture. Smell the roses. There are many small pictures in the big one. Cliches hold truth. Nut them out. Create meaning. It might seem like a puzzle. You might think you don't have all the pieces. Games of thrones. Keep making your moves. Ed stark made ...

Argentinas' 2nd city and it's still rubbish

A travel blog entry by nozwhitts


After yet another expensive night bus, this one was £100 for both of us, we arrived in Córdoba. We had turned up at our hostel at 7am and they were nice enough to let us in to our dorm room. This was our first dorm room since being on this trip, luckily it wasn't too bad and the two lads in there already were friendly. We headed straight back to the bus station to book our tickets out of here. After booking two tickets to La ...

I love this town Villa General Belgrano

A travel blog entry by donnastark


... one to work with him and one at home cooking.

Lunch is usually around 1.30pm and then it is time for a, siesta or whatever. The shops are shut .from about 1.30pm until 5.30 - 6.00pm. With my waking up so late I havenīt been having a siesta, and yesterday it was the meeting of the artists group that Gloria and Edward belong to.
I wipped up a batch of scones and we had Gloria's homemade jam. Yummy.

The garden, a most ...

Cordoba (boring....)

A travel blog entry by dimi81


... center, with a gorgeous central plaza and exquisite Jesuit architecture". Yeah – this it definately was not. Well, let me rephrase this, yes it had a Jesuit block and yes it had a central plaza. But the central plaza was quite bland as far as I’m concerned, it really just had a pretty cathedral in the corner, the rest was not that “gorgeous”. And yes the only real thing to see in Cordoba is the Jesuit block and yes although incredibly interesting, I dont ...


A travel blog entry by jameshopkinson

... it. From walking around quite a few of Argentinaīs cities there is a common theme running throughout them all.....a plaza named after San Martin, streets called 9 de Julio (8th of July) and 25 de Mayo (25th May) which are important dates in the Argentine calendar. There are a few other street names that crop up over and over again....named after famous people in history.

Anyway our tour of Cordoba started at San Martin Plaza and from this main square it ...


This hotel, located on Julio A.Roca 377, Villa General Belgrano, is near Manzana Jesuítica (Jesuit Square), El Paseo Buen Pastor, and Plaza San Martin.
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