Tirol D' Andrea Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... weather! We were off on a trip to Alta Gracia, the town where Che Guevara lived as a young boy. He was born in Rosario, Argentina, but his family moved to Alta Gracia (a small town near Cordoba) in the hope that the drier climate would help his asthma. Our first stop was a Jesuit mission which was interesting but we knew we would be seeing more interesting examples later on in the Misiones area of Argentina and also ...
... again! After walking to the main square and realizing everything seemed to be closed again, we decided to take an hour bus ride outside of the city to one of the many Jesuit missionaries in the area. The Jesuits arrived in Cordoba more than 400 years ago and were expelled at one point, but resurfaced again. Of course, once we arrived at Jesus Maria estancia, we found out they were also closed on Mondays. So…another day wasted in Cordoba. ...
... At least here I can look around for what I need. The supermarket has a butcher and bakers on site. I was talking to a couple from Cordoba in the supermarket, in English, but generally most people do not speak English.
On the way home, if I need more fruit or vegetables there is a little shop I pass that I can buy from.
Home to cook lunch for Gloria and Edward. Edward loves his food and thinks it is good having two ...
... 8217;t blame their tools but I am! We did manage of get quite a lot of admin done though (blog, emails, facebook etc) including emailing lots of language schools in Chile and Peru. The job hunt was underway.
Monday 14th November
Having done nothing the previous day we felt we had to try and make something of out last day in Cordoba. We took the bus to the small neighboring town of Alta Gracia to visit the Museo de Casa del Che Guevara (Museum of ...
... within screaming distance) of one of the torture and detention centres used by the military dictatorship in the late 1970s and early 1980s adds an extra bitter taste to the experience; the role of the church in the this period of Argentina’s history – indeed, throughout Argentina’s history – is still fodder for many a heated debate. If you are after a slightly less political experience, go and ...