We’re on day three of our trip in the Sierra cordobesa. We left on March 1, the first days of school and hence of low season.
The first two nights were spent in Capilla del Monte. Things to do are trekking and staying by the pool, and having asado or Milanesa for dinner.
Prices to dine out are higher than in Palermo and we’ve already left before ordering a couple of times.
Last time was at a parador along the route, where they advertised parrillada $260 and when we sat down not even the small portion of French fried was that cheap (it was $280). One portion of mollejas $1250, one choripan $300, one empanada $75 and so on.
So far, not impressed by what was going to be our not-so-much-but-cheap vacation.
I hope the next days justify a 10 hour trip by car.
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