Travel Blogs from San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina

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Bus-Waterfall-Bus-Bus-Church-Bus, San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina travel blog

Bus-Waterfall-Bus-Bus-Church-Bus

A travel blog entry by sbarnett

... wings. We spent most of the day in the park and really enjoyed it. However, we made a mistake and should have booked our bus to Tucuman for that night as we could have made it easily. Instead, we had the rest of the evening and the whole of the next day ...

46. Tucuman it's hot, San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina travel blog

46. Tucuman it's hot

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013

... among people when it comes to the president Christina Kirchner. We previously met a guy who was pro Kirchner, predominantly because Argentina had a good welfare state and good, free universities despite the poor economic side. Esteban is a student and a ...

San Miguel de Tucuman, San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina travel blog

San Miguel de Tucuman

A travel blog entry by tjarlie

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Gister ben ik van Cafayate naar San Miguel de Tucuman gegaan, wat echt een enorm verschil is. Cafayate is een heel klein rustig dorpje en Tucuman is een redelijk grote stad. Volgens mij is het ook een vrij jonge stad. Er was dus niet echt veel te doen, ...

Beginning this adventure, San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina travel blog

Beginning this adventure

A travel blog entry by squonk2000

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... of kilometers of yellow-grassed land, the ground became green and the mountains appeared in the horizon. Bellow them; there was San Miguel de Tucumán. When I arrived, there was Stefanía waiting for me. I knew her from a Pink Floyd forum some time ...

A few thoughts, San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina travel blog

A few thoughts

A travel blog entry by missandrea

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... is really rediculous. I think that letters will go through okay, but I don't know since I haven't gotten any! Suprises in Argentina: 1. The amount of globalization. There is a McDonalds here, and a Wallmart in Buenos Aires, ugh. I guess that the ...

08/06/05 - 24 Today!, San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina travel blog

08/06/05 - 24 Today!

A travel blog entry by lgonzi

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... (and I would be happy to answer any bus related queries by private email), I spent the rest of my birthday alone, watching the Argentina / Brazil football match and staying at a hotel that was not quite as good as the travel book had made out. But, at ...

Départ vers San Miguel de Tucúman, San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina travel blog

Départ vers San Miguel de Tucúman

A travel blog entry by coleauxv

Le bus n'est pas très confortable, la route fait des lacets dans les montagnes pendant plus de 2 heures et m'empêche de lire. Je suis content d'arriver avec 1 heure d'avance. Je trouve un bus qui part immédiatement vers Córdoba et saute dedans. ...

Taxi-drivers in Tucaman make tuk-tuks look tame, Tucaman, Argentina travel blog

Taxi-drivers in Tucaman make tuk-tuks look tame

A travel blog entry by sarahcolvin

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Just overnighted here enroute to Taffi. Amazing central square with some great architecture (alit at night) and good ice-cream (as throughout Argentina it seems...never eaten so much ice-cream in my ...

San Miguel de Tucuman, San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina travel blog

San Miguel de Tucuman

A travel blog entry by ellenmilton

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... -es-ar.html but also Aerolíneas Argentinas, Austral, Aerosur Train: http://www.xcolectivo.com.ar/tren/tucuman.html Bus: http://www.plataforma10.com/ San Miguel de Tucumán is well comunicated with most cities in Northern Argentina. If you need some info ...

Back in Tucumán, San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina travel blog

Back in Tucumán

A travel blog entry by squonk2000

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The last hours of the railway trip were quiet. I could sleep well in spite of the hot weather. I arrived in San Miguel de Tucumán punctually at 20:40 and ran out of the station to get a taxi before everyone started to kill each other to have one. I ...

The life here, San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina travel blog

The life here

A travel blog entry by missandrea

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... two boys and two girls, all younger than me. My other host uncle was there with his two kids too. Every Sunday families in argentina get together for an Asado, or barbeque. I really like this tradition! They get together, chat, and eat lots and lots of ...

Tucuman and Tafi, San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina travel blog

Tucuman and Tafi

A travel blog entry by calmyourjets

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... so far anyway!). As soon as I stepped out of the bus station it was very obvious that Tucuman was much smaller than anywhere else I'd been in Argentina and that they don't get so many tourists - I was definitely an oddity and got quite ...

De Termas de Río Hondo a San Miguel del Tucumán, San Miguel del Tucumán, Argentina travel blog

De Termas de Río Hondo a San Miguel del Tucumán

A travel blog entry by ellenmilton

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... oficial: http://www.tucumanturismo.gov.ar/ Es así que luego de unas horas en la urbe, partí con destino a Tafí del Valle .... San Miguel del Tucumán is the capital city of Tucumán. It is about 1193 km from Buenos Aires. You can take a bus ...

Glimpse at night, San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina travel blog

Glimpse at night

A travel blog entry by nancydeb

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... instead on a bus that left early the next morning. So, having some time to kill,  we wandered into the centre of Tucuman and admired all the buildings lit up and the lovely fountain.  Once  again we were amazed at how many really ...

Into the plains of Argentina, San Miguel, Argentina travel blog

Into the plains of Argentina

A travel blog entry by courtrand

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... could see for probably fifty miles in any direction.   The farmland is really astonishing and fertile. We rode into the city of San Miguel de Tucuman - and we stopped at a local Honda dealer to see if they had tires we could use on our bikes - but ...

We've run out of countries.., San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina travel blog

We've run out of countries..

A travel blog entry by v5rcb

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... routes and we actually felt quite a large earthquake rattle the building whilst there.      Moving east towards Argentina we entered the Atacama desert proper. Miles of empty roads, desert and then views of the distant snow ...

Bush Tucky-man, San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina travel blog

Bush Tucky-man

A travel blog entry by bigusredus

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... trip to a couple of picture-squeeeeee spots, great scenery in this neck of the woods. It is like a lot of other northern Argentina towns where the siesta is enforced, for a few hours in the afternoon nothing moves, then as if by magic everything ...

Big blog, San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina travel blog

Big blog

A travel blog entry by missandrea

... . Here is my address if you want to send me anything! Andrea Autenrieth Laprida 471 apartment 3B San Miguel de Tucuman Postal Code 4000 Argentina   I love you all. I probably won't have too much to write about now ...

To the Big City, San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina travel blog

To the Big City

A travel blog entry by tawildman

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... guy to a cafe, housed in this old colonial building, having beers until about 3.30 AM the first night, which is extremely early by Argentina standards, as late-night places are open until about 6 or 7 AM on the weekends, b/c no one goes out until about 1 ...

Football fever, Tucuman, Argentina travel blog

Football fever

A travel blog entry by charaluta

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... were loads of kids and even the odd dog dressed up in the team colours so the atmosphere was great. Wish we could stay in Argentina for the world cup rather than Bolivia - they really love their footie here. Back to camping again, we just found a ...

Hola, San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina travel blog

Hola

A travel blog entry by missandrea

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... museum for an opening of a photo exhibition. There was a folkloric band there that was soo good, and photos of music throughout Argentina. After that I went to a bar with Emilly to watch her host brother play guitar and sing. The woman that sang with ...

Tucuman, tucuman, Argentina travel blog

Tucuman

A travel blog entry by lazzarodario

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... au mis hostel isch a katastorpha xsi / min Reisefuehrer (Lonely Planet) haet kmeint as segi mit abstand zbesta in Tucuman... isch denn au mis erschta hostel ueberhaupt xsi und han natuerlich au demensperchnt panik ka dass dia noechsta wucha no schlimmer ...

Travel day, San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina travel blog

Travel day

A travel blog entry by livtajim

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... Tucuman and then making a connection later that night to get to Mendoza.  The bus left promptly on time - go Argentina! During the trip to Tucuman, the bus stopped many times to pick up people along the way. It was a very scenic drive including a ...

Short stop in Tucuman, Tucuman, Argentina travel blog

Short stop in Tucuman

A travel blog entry by worldtaste

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... did just a short stop in the city of Tucuman: I would have to confess that not the most beautiful city that we ve seen in Argentina. We saw that the city never really came back from the trouble of 2003 and a lot of poor people try to subsist in the ...

History, San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina travel blog

History

A travel blog entry by riege

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... was founded by the Spaniards coming south from Peru in 1565. Nowadays it is the biggest city in the north of Argentina with 500 000 inhabitants. We also visited the Casa Historica de la Independencia. This was the venue of the Congress that ...

San Miguel de Tucuman, San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina travel blog

San Miguel de Tucuman

A travel blog entry by ellenmilton

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the story coming ...

San Miguel De Tucuman, San Miguel De Tucuman, Argentina travel blog

San Miguel De Tucuman

A travel blog entry by stubo

San Miguel De Tucuman was a rediculously long 6 hours rom Cafayate as it is so rediculously close in distance - En route the road winds and winds and winds down hill and this accounts for the length of time. I got some dinner (cheese and bread) and ...

Skipping Town, San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina travel blog

Skipping Town

A travel blog entry by jessi330

... and I still wanted to take a suite/first class bus with 180 recline seats. They went to Santiago del Estero, Argentina's oldest city or San Miguel de Tucuman which is larger; 5th largest city.  Since I was still interested in getting my widsom teeth ...

Tucumán; chilling out and getting heated!, San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina travel blog

Tucumán; chilling out and getting heated!

A travel blog entry by jenandtony

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... when we go higher in Chile, Bolivia and Peru, so we can’t get rid of the fleeces yet! This is actually Argentina’s fifth largest city and is considerably more bustling than our other recent stops. Its main fame rests on the fact that the ...

Bye bye B-fucking-A!!!, San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina travel blog

Bye bye B-fucking-A!!!

A travel blog entry by rosalindandceri

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... though we were both quite relieved to be moving on, we left on a high and headed by plane (what luxury!) to San Miguel de Tucuman. Everything was shut (they take their siesta very seriously) but we managed to sample some local delicacies and scrummy ice ...

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