Windsor Hotel and Tower
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWindsor Hotel and Tower Cordoba
I'd change minor things, like I'd prefer breakfast to go on beyond 10am. But overall this was an excellent hotel. I particularly liked the free drink on arrival. If you're going to Córdoba, give it a go.
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... next is what moved me so deeply. Other guys came around him, hugged him and applauded him. And this happened each time any one of the guys stood up. It was apparent that they all felt so supported by one another and I wondered what my friends in America would do given the same situation. It was a very different cultural experience than a field trip that we have in the States.
On Thursday we all skipped school and hung out to watch the opening ...
... American which is contrary to most parts of South America I came across. Among the things we did that day were to visit a gallery in old catacombs, but probably the most interesting thing we did, something that was certainly not in my Lonely Planet guidebook was visit the Museo Anatomico Pedra Ana, which was a museum with a hospital in the university part of the building, housing a collection of preserved human parts.
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... children born to pregnant women who were kidnapped were "reassigned" to be raised by families who were more politically "pure". There are numerous displays of the the pictures of people who, after 30 years are still "missing". Displays have quotes by people detained there with some of their memories of their experience of this space as they were led around blindfolded and tortured.
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.. or "boredoba" as we have kindly renamed it. Which is a shame, as we had decided to be in this 'happening' town for Helens Birthday.
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