Arcos del Rio

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 13: Jerez

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Mar 18, 2021

    23 photos

    ... consider myself lucky that this happened in a large modern city, rather than a village in the middle of nowhere. I just have to walk a couple of blocks, check prices, and buy a new camera... and my tour continues without hardly a glitch. So RIP, camera #6... actually I'm kind of glad to see it go. This was the 2nd had camera I picked up in Egypt when my Olympus was stolen. I never liked it--it zoomed in too far, making it hard to ...

    Pueblos Blancos

    A travel blog entry by jwharam on Sep 12, 2014

    43 photos

    ... white hill villages.

    Our next stop, perhaps the most stunning on our trip so far, was Zahara. The area is beautiful, and once you start the climb up toward the town, the vistas are more than spectacular! The remains of a Moorish castle stands guard over the turquoise water and valleys below.

    Ascending the streets, we found a little tapas bar in the center of town where Barry ordered the Codillo en salsa -- a specialty, ...

    Museo de Toro, Seville

    A travel blog entry by sharon.bolton on May 17, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... to death every fight. They are also blindfolded and their ears blocked so they never see the bull. The explanation of the different roles of the matadores and picadores was very interesting. The matador appears for only three to five minutes with a pink cape to stir up the bull and then disappears to let the picador on the horse and the toreador weaken the bull by lancing it and inserting knives to the back of its neck. Then the matador reappears with his red cape and the aim ...

    The White Hill Towns of Andalusia

    A travel blog entry by oconnells on Sep 18, 2012

    23 photos

    ... patience would pay off with some extraordinary experiences. We passed Ronda and the roads got narrower and more curvaceous but soon we spotted the reservoir and knew that we were close. We started to see the castle up on the hill and had a waypoint. Only 40 minutes past Ronda we were winding our way to the narrow cobblestone streets of Zahara to a parking place on the plaza. We took the path up to the Moorish fortress where views extended for miles and miles. It was ...

    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 ...