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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      The university town with so many museums

      A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Nov 07, 2014

      We started
      the day with a trip in the double decker sightseeing bus. This one was a
      genuine old London red bus. Again it was just a journey and not a hop on hop
      off bus. The only stop we had was at the very ornate neo Gothic church which
      was surprisingly built only in the 1930’s even though it looked a lot older. We
      then visited a number of museums starting ...

      All this is just for us?

      A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Mar 21, 2014

      165 photos

      ... he reasoned that since we had been to see the Memorial of "Uncle" Ho Chi Minh and the body of Chairman Mao, both of whom he describes as "detestable individuals", we had no reason not to go and see Che´s childhood home.

      So, we spent an enjoyable hour going through the rooms and reading the English guidebook, whilst I tried to stop Mr H using the word "terrorist" within earshot of the adoring Argentinian ...

      The girl in this blog was American - no comment.

      A travel blog entry by robin.d.cullen on Jun 02, 2013

      4 comments, 8 photos

      ... but I think this was maybe because the day we picked to explore turned out to be the one day when everything was shut. Museum about Argentinean dictatorship – closed. Craft market – not open on that day. Iglesia Cathedral – actually this was open but I’m utterly sick of visiting towns to see churches now. After this no show day, we decided to move a few kilometres up the road to visit two villages called Villa General ...

      Travelling to Argentina

      A travel blog entry by crobinson on Mar 12, 2013

      ... say was "yes, getting a ferry is a better idea!"

      But all is well as I am checked in and am so super early I'm waiting for the baggage drop to open, terrified the whole time a mugger will jump out in the airport and steal my passport. Unlikely but still a very real fear for me.

      I am incredibly prepared having packed everything from cable ties to water purifying tablets, various padlocks of differing sizes to the number and address of the British and ...

      Manzana Jesuítica

      A travel blog entry by ilona-jade on Oct 17, 2012

      3 photos

      ... backed chairs, in this place students would come and defend their doctoral thesis. In order to receive their doctorate the students would have had to go through an intense selection process (including proving they were of pure blood) and then many, many years of study. Their final exam, as it were, took place in this room and lasted eight hours per day for three days in front of their supervisor as well as a room full of the ...