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 10: South Suburbs

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Mar 15, 2021

    25 photos

    ... and yellow and white colonial era style attached on to the side. There are intriguing little alleyways that open up to cool little plazas, like one with a statue of a renowned local guitarist who joins me for a video clip. I hike all the way from one end of the city to the other and I can’t even find the gritty apartment blocks that I remember. It seems like a completely different city from my last ...

    Wonderful little pueblo blanco

    A travel blog entry by clareandbuzz on Apr 10, 2015

    12 photos

    ... or tapas, taking photos and doing a small bit of shopping.
    After siesta time we went to the Parador for one drink overlooking the beatiful view then returned to our favorite tapas place (ate lunch there too) for dinner. The tapas we had for both meals was fabulous. We got to know all the staff and again enjoyed communicating with them in their attempt at English and our attempt at Spanish. ...

    Museo de Toro, Seville

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

    1 comment, 9 photos

    Took a tour of the bullring and it's museum. It is the oldest bullring in Spain and is still in use every Sunday and every day during festivals. Off to mass in the morning then kill animals in the afternoon! The tour was quite fascinating, outlining how bullfighting first started (apparently a development of medieval jousting) and how it has changed over the years. The horses for example are now fully protected in leather so are never injured, whereas before the 1940s several would ...

    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 ...