Zoom Apartments

Address: Sucre 327, Cordoba, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, 5000, Argentina | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Sucre 327, Cordoba, is near El Paseo Buen Pastor, Manzana Jesuítica (Jesuit Square), and Plaza San Martin.
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    Travel Blogs from Cordoba

    The First Week of School

    A travel blog entry by bellawood on Jun 16, 2014


    ... were asked to give the ribbons out to other people in the circle that we thought we needed to thank, ask forgiveness or a favor from. At first no one moved and then one girl got up and handed her ribbons out. There were tears as she explained what these people meant to her. Other girls got up and told what people meant to them and there were more tears. Then some boys got up and gave ribbons to other boys and girls alike. And those boys cried. ...

    Apr 30 - Couchsurfing cherry popping in Cordoba

    A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Apr 30, 2014

    8 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Everything is open today

    A travel blog entry by graybeard on Oct 15, 2013

    1 comment, 45 photos

    ... designed as a novitiate and later converted to a crypt and crematorium. Apparently it had been sealed off when a street above it was expanded around 1829 so it had been off the radar for a long time.

    The crypt was restored and is used regularly now (in addition to giving tours for tourists) for musical and theatrical performances as well as art exhibits. The crypt was originally built in the early 18th century and contained an ossuary, ...

    Jellybean's been tangoed!!!

    A travel blog entry by genevievemolloy on Apr 19, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... blown concert!!

    Eugenia (AKA 'the megaphone')
    In all seriousness, I thought I could project but I ain't got nothin' on this lady!!! She rules with an iron fist and has that piercing tone which shuts the class up almost immediately........come to think of it, there's a strong possibility she is main cause of my hearing loss!!

    It seems only sensible to follow their introductions with some gossip from the teachers room.......well, not so much gossip ...

    First University town of Argentina

    A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Jan 24, 2013

    8 photos

    ... Or was it 1600 and something? Old anyway. We also got to sit in the room where PhD candidates had to stand for three days and be questioned on their thesis, in public. Tour was led by young lady who had studied Russian in the same U niversity (it is still going strong - University is free in Argentina for Argentinians and people from other countries) and who spoke fluent English and was happy to get involved in ...