La Posta Del Condor
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... checked out and decided to have a cultural day and check out a few of the museums. The art museum was really interesting and had paintings about the military dictatorship. All of the soldiers were pictured with deformed faces, or as penises?? I decided that I wanted to improved my Spanish so booked a ticket back to Mendoza. The language school there has really good reviews. I had also been keeping I touch with Vale so I'd have a friend there to hang out with.
... park. Tonight’s music was an Argentine piece, but apparently it can be as random as Michael Jackson's Earth song some evenings.
On the Saturday night, Lucas invited me to a friend’s birthday party, where it started off at the families house where the birthday boy was part of a rugby team, so it was a pretty large group, everyone was super friendly, one guy had even visited Wales on a Rugby tour. Also that night an Argentinean boxer was competing in a ...
... by his kindness. So yesterday I returned to the shop to buy a second hand camera for 800 pesos (AU$142), and it's a better quality one then my ****** Kmart camera.
Anyway lesson learnt.
On the touristy side of things, yesterday I went to a little quaint place outside of Córdoba city with a bunch of people from my hostel. We caught a bus from the city to Cuesta Blanca, which took about an hour and a half. After arriving at Cuesta Blanca, it was a ...
... sunshine as the day before, and looked like threatening rain - again I couldn't help but feel I might have gone to bed in Argentina and woken up in Cumbria. We bought some sandwiches and set off towards Casa Vieja (although at this point I wasn't sure what that was). We walked for a few hours along the river and up some nice rocky hill side - by the time we were nearing Casa Vieja the cloud was very low, and it began to rain. We ran to the location just in time and ate our lunch ...
... and an old Jesuit
Estancia. In the evening, we went to a local festival with
international food and music. the whole trip was definitely worth it!
The evening goal was to try a dish from every stand. Our favorite dish
was the columbian one: some sort of maiz crepe with vegetable filling.
second day we spent exploring the city of Cordoba. the city is
populated by many ...