La Posta Del Condor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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I had a full day in Cordoba today, with ****** weather. I can’t believe the change in weather from yesterday to today. Yesterday it was 32*C (90*F) and sunny. Today was 13*C (55*F) and rainy. Also, it’s Sunday. This was my first experience of an Argentinian Sunday, and I found out that EVERYTHING is closed. It was out of control. I had to search the streets in the center for about 20 minutes before I could find a ...
Back-to-back cities for the first time in a while. Not far from Mendoza is Cordoba, Argentina's second largest city and apparently the cultural capital. Well, we can certainly attest to there being a LOT of museums. Having museumed myself out all the way back in St. Petersburg they didn't really have much draw for me, other than the Museo de la Memoria. The description was: "A chilling testament to the excesses of ...
... good times!!!
With day one of the weekend concluded, it was time to go for something a little more adventurous on Sunday....horse-riding!!!! There are only two rules to horse-riding.......Mount horse.....STAY mounted!!! As I got on the bus, I realized that 99% of the group are part of the equine therapy project which ultimately meant that I was going to probably look like a: a total tool or b: a total tool!!! In the end, being a tool was the least of ...
... campsite). He let out an exclamation not to be repeated. I thought he had been attacked by a Puma. When we awoke in the morning a small chip to the front windscreen had turned into a 10 inch crack. Not sure why this should have happened over night. Fortunately it is not in our vision and on the passenger side. Despite this the park was beautiful. Red sandstone walls eroded into strange shapes. The park is home to a peculiar creature called a ...
... but as 4:30 rolled past, La Rancheria had a hold on us and would not allow us to rush. It would contradict the estancia, the day, and the country. So we instead left just before sunset. We had actually missed even going into Estancia Catalina, as it had been locked up ten minutes prior to closing. We settled instead for a quick picture in front of the complex, returned to our little tike and attempted unsuccessfully to make it home before sundown.