Gran Hotel Tomaso Di Savoia

Address: Avenida Eden 732, La Falda, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, X5172FGU, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenida Eden 732, La Falda, is near El Paseo Buen Pastor, Manzana Jesuítica (Jesuit Square), and Plaza San Martin.
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        Travel Blogs from La Falda

        Two Aussies and two Scotsmen walk into a...

        A travel blog entry by cracka on Jun 20, 2014

        16 photos

        ... and looked around at the immense crowd. (I'm one of you!) There's a break in play and Roland seizes the moment. He stands on the chairs and blasts the pipes, the crowd claps along, happy faces everywhere. "Vamos Scotland!" he cries as he heads back to his seat (see video). There is no alcohol served, our section of fans is mostly families and the other side of the ground is the rowdy supporters dancing and jumping at times, starting Mexican waves. A man comes ...

        Public transport.....delays comp'd free boobshow!

        A travel blog entry by genevievemolloy on May 06, 2013

        ... over to sit down and leave the man you understand that her chosen name was appropriate!!!

        Anywho, on a positive note, Liliana and Albert have invited me to their house for lunch which is lovely so, I have some more amazing Argentinean friends and I survived the entire conversation and journey in Spanish......wohoo!!!!

        So, that's all really for my quiet week.......will fill you in on this weeks escapades later!!

        Jellybean x

        Finding Our Legs

        A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Oct 06, 2011

        ... with cattle and fringed by towering eucalyptus. Fruit trees explode into blossom, telling us beyond a doubt that Spring is here. Along the way an endless parade of parilla restaurants promise the world’s most succulent steaks, and locals are happy to chat with any who are able.

        Trotting Around Cordoba

        A travel blog entry by crag_and_pao on Sep 26, 2011

        19 photos

        ... trot" with the horses…considering none of us know how to ride a horse, let’s just say I don’t think we quite did it right! Definitely, a had to be there moment. During the trek we stopped at the top of a hill where we got told the legend of Bamba and Maria-Magdelana; a Romeo and Juliet tale. The trek ended back at the farm where Marcello’s father had cooked an amazing assado, which we polished off without a ...

        Easter Weekend

        A travel blog entry by sarahs1993 on May 05, 2011

        16 photos

        ... all talking in spanish and here I am understanding a little and not sure what to do as it hasn't happened to me before.
        So we all got off the bus and my teacher had someone come and take her to where she was going but waited for me to get on the next bus then she left, which was nice. Made it to the city to pay for the north trip. And to school extremly late in mufti for Ingles. And asked the teacher about the busses and it IS ...