Arcos del Rio

Address: Av. Costanera Ramon J. Carcano 350, Santa Rosa de Calamuchita, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, 5196, Argentina | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Av. Costanera Ramon J. Carcano 350, Santa Rosa de Calamuchita.
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      Travel Blogs from Santa Rosa de Calamuchita

      Day 9: The Plains

      A travel blog entry by superhikes on Mar 14, 2021

      37 photos

      ... they liked... There was the former drug addict who finally has a job and is trying to stay clean despite pressure from his old friends… there was the aspiring painter who told me about running away from home and almost freezing to death… there was the 12 year old boy whose girlfriend was in the hospital-- having his baby…
      These encounters helped me realize that there’s more to being a musician than being up on stage ...

      The Coast

      A travel blog entry by heatherandbrad on Oct 30, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      We'll keep this post short and sweet as some of our other posts have been rather long! We made our way to the coast and are staying at a town called Sanlucar de Barrameda for 2 days. This is where the Guadalquiver River enters the sea and the launching point for Christopher Columbus’ journey to the Americas.

      It is all about seafood and Manzanilla here – fresh off the fishing boats in the marina each day ...

      Into the Spanish Countryside

      A travel blog entry by heatherandbrad on Oct 28, 2014

      19 photos

      ... the roads have narrowed even more as it is a secondary road. The pictures don’t do it justice, but it was a bit scary – sheer drop off on my side of the road. I don’t think those small white barriers would be of a much help! My palms were sweating as Brad honked the horn and slowed to 25km around each of the hairpin turns. The roads are barely wide enough for two cars to pass – thank goodness we didn’t run into any buses or trucks ...

      Andalucian Cycling: Part 1

      A travel blog entry by hamiltonfamily on Sep 26, 2012

      73 photos

      ... into Grazalema itself. Grazalema is more what I expected of a Pueblos Blanco. Bigger than Montecorto, Grazalema caters to both foreign and local visitors with a variety of restaurants, bars, and shops. It was Sunday so the Spanish were out for their fun too. Peletons of brightly clad road riders, roaring packs of leather bound motorcyclists testing the curves, sunday drivers, and buses had all navigated the winding, 1 1/2 laned road up the hill for their share of sun, lunch ...

      We are all teachers and pupils to one another.

      A travel blog entry by donnastark on Apr 24, 2012

      6 photos

      Today I went to Santa Rosa and spoke to a class of 50 odd students at a local high school. The lesson was on communication, and whilst the students know some English, like me with Spanish, they find it difficult to speak. Thankfully, one of the students Julian, had lived in Miami so he was my interpretor along with Gloria.

      Was an amazing two hours and I gave the students ...