Solares Del Alto Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Alta Gracia, meaning "the highest grace" is another little town deep in the hills of Cordoba. What is to be found there is a rather strange assortment: an old Jesuit estancia, Che Guevara's childhood home, and an apparition of the Virgin Mary. Naturally, I was most excited for the Che museum (sorry Mom), so I threw on my best communist-red shoes and we headed out.
Visiting the estancia first, it should've been a quiet, quick walk through the few museum exhibits in the old ...
... the show, but there is usually also a light salad and a lot of bread to go along with it.
As delicious and incredible as the food is, an asado is so much more than just a meal. The culture of hospitality, generosity with one's time, and the value of family permeate the atmosphere of an asado, turning it into a day long event filled with games, singing, drinking mate, and just spending time together.
... end at the hands of the Bolivian paramilitary death squads. It contains many pictures of the man throughout his life and has a large number of letters and quotes that he wrote as well as many of his personal possessions and a replica of the La Poderosa motorcycle that he famously rode with his friend Alberto Granado on their journey around South America.
Each room is dedicated to a distinct period of his life. Hence we follow his ...
... to the early and teenage stages of his life, as well as his travels around Latin America, the Museum houses an impressive collection of writings, family photos and the Garelli bicycle he used for his 4000km journey through Argentina that exposed him to the social inequality in the country. A portion of Alberto Granado’s ashes (the man Che travelled through Peru and to the San Pablo leper colony with) was also laid to rest in one of ...
... museum we visited an old Jesuit building to get a peek into what life was like for the early missionaries. We returned to Cordoba very easily, again on the brilliant mini bus system and had a very relaxing afternoon nutting out how we will make our way up through Bolivia and Peru. After a couple of weeks of slow restful days things are about to get ...