After an insanely successful concert at the Compañia de Jésus Church in Cordoba, Hernan, our tour guide arranged for the choir to go dancing at a local disco two blocks from the hotel. With no other performances in Córdoba on the following day, a night out to experience Argentinian nightlife seemed reasonable. Although I personally cannot hang with the younger crowd at late night events, our tour guide stayed with the group throughout the evening, getting his “groove” on with the Morgan choir members. This description seems appropriate on day 4 given in Argentina this disco did not open up until 1AM! The group made it back to the hotel safely, still accompanied by Hernan early the next morning.
On Saturday morning, with no concerts planned during the day, the group was able to sleep in. At 10 AM, the group left for a walking and driving tour of Córdoba. The guide gave great information about the 3rd largest city in Argentina, visiting the famous San Martin Square and sites around the city. We returned to our hotel for a evening dinner, featuring once again the most famous appetizer in Argentina, the empanadas, this time stuffed with meat. We knew that we must get to bed early, due to our next long bus ride to San Luis. Although we are seeing much of Argentina with concerts in the major metropolises in the country, each city is at least 5-7 hours distance by bus to the next destination, which has meant consistent early morning departures.