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the far side of town. The tourist office was closed but fortunately the police
office was open and the officer there gave us a map. We followed it to the old
Jesuit complex which is called an Estancia which was located next to the old
reservoir making a nice shaded water park in the town centre. We had only about
an hour here as the complex closed for siesta at 12:30. We then walked back ...
... dictator who did good things for the people. Born and raised in argentina, he did a variety or voyages by motorcycle through south and central america, and ended up working with fidel castro, and had a huge part to play in the cuban revolution.It had a lot of historical artifacts starting from his childhood to adult hood; childhood pictures, family photos, photos of his first steps, letters he wrote as a child, his graduation certificates, maps of his travels, his ...
... Up the hill from the line of people waiting to touch the statue of the Virgin and offer their intention to the gathered crowd, there is a small chapel in which an apparition of the Virgin Mary had appeared about two years ago and is still visible today. Regardless of our group's assortment religious beliefs, seeing this inexplicable, hauntingly miraculous image was stilling and awe-inspiring. And so we, the most irreverent group of seven chicas estadounidenses, sat and absorbed the ...
It is the high heat of summer here in Cordoba (I'm talking 113 degrees Fahrenheit) and life seems to be at a lull. Busses and streets are relatively empty, shops close for the day early in the afternoon, and many boliches (night clubs) are closed for the summer. Additionally, many people head to the mountains for a few weeks to relax and spend time with family.
So, in keeping with the cultural practices, as part ...
... To make matters worse there are dozens of stray dogs that wander the street looking for food (and company it seems). They followed us around all day long, regularly marking their territory with their urine, a behaviour which must be considered highly offensive in the world of the canine aristocracy because the pet dogs in the houses we walked past became irate and barked madly at us. Next on our travels we cruise to the wine capital of Argentina: ...