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5. Tag Cordoba

Frueh morgens wurden wir heftigem Laerm geweckt. Es donnerte unglaublich laut. Man hatte das Gefúehl neben einer Gruppe Artilleriegeschuetze zu schlafen. Das Fruehstueck war wie zu erwarten aeusserst mau. Zwei eingegangene Semmeln mit Fertigmarmelade und einer Tasse Tee oder Kaffee. Danach ging...

permalink written by  Fount on January 6, 2013 from Cordoba, Argentina
from the travel blog: Von Buenos Aires bis nach Lima



4. Tag - Cordoba

Als es heute morgen hell wurde, konnten wir aus dem Fenster die weiten argentinischen Graslandschaften sehen auf denen immer wieder Rinder grasten. Um acht Uhr kam der Bus dann in Córdoba an. Còrdoba ist die zweitgroesste Stadt Argentiniens und von der Kolonialzeit gepraegt. Phillip meinte...

permalink written by  Fount on January 4, 2013 from Cordoba, Argentina
from the travel blog: Von Buenos Aires bis nach Lima



My life is travel.

This is my first blog ever.... Hundreds if not thousands of people must write these words everyday but maybe because of that I feel like I am entering a community of sorts... without knowing anyone else in that community. In all honesty I have been looking for a chance to start writing and I...

permalink written by  pewmanche on August 25, 2010 from Cordoba, Argentina
from the travel blog: Life at Pewmanche



Who let the dogs out?

So, from Mendoza one fairly average Argentinian city, we headed to Cordoba, another fairly average Argentinian city. The guidebook boasted lots of things to see and do, but we managed to nail all the sights (a Jesuit Missionary, an art gallery and a couple of cathedrals) in a Challenge Anneka...

permalink written by  JodesAndTay on March 28, 2010 from Cordoba, Argentina
from the travel blog: Jodes and Tay escape to SA



Pajeros de Toros

Still trying to recover from our bender in Valparaiso and Santiago, we had chosen our hostel in Cardoba for it's lack of reputation as a party hostel. For some reason, the online booking system had been down, so Joanne had booked it over the phone. The AR$25 price online was old, they told her,...

permalink written by  The Happy Couple on September 25, 2009 from Cordoba, Argentina
from the travel blog: Michael's Round-the-World honeymoon



Cordoba

Apart from the straightforward jump over the border and the troubling jump in ticket prices once in Argentina, our journey to Cordoba was pretty uneventful. The Argentinian buses feel more like trains, particularly after so much time spent on the rattling deathtraps that cloud up the crazy roads...

permalink written by  steve_stamp on August 12, 2009 from Cordoba, Argentina
from the travel blog: The art of being lost



Cordoba

Estancia El Colibri

permalink written by  jeandanielkeller on December 18, 2008 from Cordoba, Argentina
from the travel blog: jeandanielkeller's Travel Blog



Paragliding in the Argentinian Sierras

Yep, in an effort to conquer Cath´s fear of heights, and test out Andy´s stomach, we decided to go paragliding - Cath´s fear of heights is still intact, Andy´s stomach, predictably, made a bid for freedom. It was a fantastic experience though despite almost losing our fingers to frostbite and...

permalink written by  Cath & Andy on May 11, 2007 from Cordoba, Argentina
from the travel blog: A journey to the alter and South America



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