Yolanda Hotel Cordoba
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... a whole community. They had a lot of 18th and 19th century items on display here and our guide spoke very good English. After this we only had to travel a few kilometres to the next one which was a lot more basic as it was the oldest. The acoustics in the choir loft of the church were very good. After our visit we were taken just down the road to a nearby parrilla, a BBQ restaurant, that seemed to be the only place open ...
... the votes about their being a part of Argentina or England. But here, it's a part of their education that they are Argentina's and they've been taken from them. There are occasional visible protests about it, my rudimentary spanish can read the main points. Apparently the first thing the current Argentine President said to the new pope when she met him was 'can you help us get Malvinas back'. It's a big part of her policies, but that might also be a diversionary tactic to ...
... turned out that today was the last day of some local holiday. Pretty much everything, including local churches, museums, many restaurants and tourist sites, were closed.
I wandered around town and took pictures of the exterior of buildings but couldn't get inside any place yet. I'll try to get in everywhere tomorrow. In the meantime here's an introduction.
The Manzana ...
... nap! After napping, we hit out to have a wander around the
town! Theres not a whole lot to do here! Alot of people stop here
before hitting the Bolivian border (like us!) but then others do trips
to the countryside from here! Travelling by bus overland, you get to see
alot of countryside! All walked out, we hit back to our hostel for an
asado! The guy who does nights in the hostel puts it on for 60pesos per
person! It was really good, beef + ...
... hotel’s lobby and into the parking garage. He pulled the glittering, silver bumper car out from its parking space and gave us a quick tutorial on where the spare tire was, and how to work the A/C.
The only problem… I only kind of, sort of, maybe know how to drive a manual. When we asked for an automatic it was explained to us that only people with disabilities drive automatics here. Desiring to explore at our own pace and time, and ...