Hotel Sussex Cordoba

San Jeronimo 125, Cordoba, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, 5000, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on San Jeronimo 125, Cordoba, is near El Paseo Buen Pastor, Manzana Jesuítica (Jesuit Square), and Plaza San Martin.
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    Travel Blogs from Cordoba

    Sam

    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Sep 01, 2014

    8 photos

    Once I got the German boys to shut off their awful jazz and
    rap music was able to sleep as well as the cheap saggy mattress allowed – the blackout
    curtains helped.


    Didn’t have a great deal of success trying to see the Manzana,
    the Jesuit complex, as the minimum was 2 people. Headed off to hunt down a book
    exchange but no luck their either and was foiled by the art museum – gave up
    and headed to the super to ...

    Our First Week in Cordoba

    A travel blog entry by bellawood on Apr 08, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... the Instituto de Intercambio Cultural Argentino y Norte Americano Binational Center today, where they teach people of all ages English and American Culture. It is also a place for Americans to go to teach and just be in an environment similar to their own. We discussed schools for me to go to which is very exciting. The idea of starting a new school, where they speak a language I'm pretty awful at is nerve wracking. Yet the idea of making friends and learning ...

    The girl in this blog was American - no comment.

    A travel blog entry by robin.d.cullen on Jun 02, 2013

    4 comments, 8 photos

    ... t legal.

    Salta
    From there on to Salta where we stayed for a couple of nights trying to recoup the lost bus money. This was made doubly hard by our budget which wasn’t going to stretch far in Argentina. The Peso has been fixed at an artificially high rate here for any foreign money exchanges, effectively halving our budget. We did make our way into town to stare longingly through actual shop windows on one day though. I might ...

    Travelling to Argentina

    A travel blog entry by crobinson on Mar 12, 2013

    ... 3am Spanish time, who eats dinner at that time? Well the Spanish do apparently, as I declined my 'dinner' everyone else chomped on.

    I finally fall back to sleep, which is quite an achievement without all the food smells and light and people as I feel like my seat was built for a child, maybe on the verge of adolescence, but definitely not for those of us that are 6ft1. All of a sudden I feel myself falling. Turbulence. Great. Not just any old turbulence ...

    Día del Respeto a la Diversidad Cultural

    A travel blog entry by ilona-jade on Oct 12, 2012

    5 photos

    ... commonplace, much more so than in England which seems to save it for special occasions such as the Olympics or the Football World Cup (or anything royal, or military of course). It’s considered an honour here for the students top and second in their class to bear the flag and hold it high for the singing of the national anthem at all special occasions at the school, and so the assembly kicked off with that. ...