Sheraton Cordoba Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cordoba
... along a river and saw a lovely waterfall. Dad was a right trooper hiking as much as he could with his foot still in a support boot. We had prepared a small picnic the previous evening and sat by the river making sandwiches between us, it was really very lovely.
After a couple of days in Córdoba we were ready to head to pastures new and booked another night bus to Mendoza, dad and I had seats at the front of the bus so were able to enjoy a great view until bedtime ...
... incredibly busy, extremely noisy hostel. We were not socialising as we had lots of early starts in Cordoba and the social areas were right above our room and the parties didn't seem to end which was a bit annoying.However, this was made up for by the fact that we were given a 6 person apartment to ourselves for just 200 pesos. It had its own lounge, bathroom and huge kitchen. It even had two floors!
★What we did★●Condor ...
... tour itself took us through some pretty interesting areas of the campus, including the treasured Jesuit library. Some facts we learned which you may be interested in: 1) established in 1640 by the Jesuits, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba is the oldest university in Argentina and third oldest in S. America, 2) back in the day the university only admitted 80 students per year, 3) in order to earn their doctorate, students were subjected to a thesis defence lasting 8hrs ...
... in the life of the lone traveller!
But yesterday I got a serious grip, had a little word with myself, and got on with it! Moment over! Cue big smiles again!
I got an overnight bus to Cordoba in the mid-west region, and it arrived in town at 7am (when its still dark over here, as it goes!) Its also a hell of a lot colder here than in BA and I struggled off the bus in my hoodie and did a manic dress in the bus station, where I grabbed anything ...
... town of Cosquin to see if the famous folk festival was still on. Saw some beautiful views of the Sierra´s on the way over and the ride was closer to that on a rollercoaster than that of a bus, but we got there in one piece. The town was heaving and the festival was still on although nothing kicked off untill late. Agreed theat the best plan was to grab bite and head to the River to chill the hell out! Had possibly the worst meal ever- ordered ...