Yolanda Hotel Cordoba
Travel Blogs from Cordoba
... structure meeting in the centre of this public area. The first feature is a dog with four breasts giving life milk to two human suckling babies. The head of the dog juts out of the piece. The second feature is bland, overarching concrete blocks soaking in a pool and flowing like the others to meet in the merky green heart of the plaza. When I get back to the hostel Bruno is out the front. He sees me, laughs and starts doing a nightwalker/zombie walking motion. It was exactly how I ...
... nice. Price was right though.
Meals: $3 - $5
Water: $1 for a litre
Alcohol: $2 for a beer litre
Transport: Bus to Casa De Che - $2 each way, each
Casa De Che Entry: $7 each
Average Daily Spend per person: $25
Transport there for both of us: $105 - Long bus from Salta
Total Spend for both of us inc. Transport: $210
... mostly staring at the back of the seat in front, breathing through her nose and praying that the sharp bends would end soon.
On our final day in Cordoba, we decided to leave the protective nest and go to Alta Gracia, a small town south of Cordoba with some apparently pretty churches and sights. Evidently we'd forgotten how to do anything by ourselves, as we missed the bus stop and eventually only had about an hour in town before we had to go back ...
... True that.
12 hours passed and we were both on our way to her apartment. Sounds great I know. But I only accompanied her. I continued to a hostel she recommended to drop off my bags and try and arrange a place to stay for free, maybe couch surfing, or maybe from the 15 young guys from Cordoba I ...
... Cordoba is full of skyscrapers and people. Busy, bustling and yet boasting many rivers and trees, this city feels young and fast-paced. For me the bus system sums up my first impressions of downtown, being colourful, complicated and with a relaxed attitude towards time! The driving is bordering on crazy; I would take a day of London driving any day over one in Cordoba! Consequently I am thankful for the public transport, even if the buses sometimes send you flying out of your seat ...