Holiday Inn Santa Fe - Argentina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Santa Fe
... those of you that know Maxi, you know what a character he is. He's always kidding and having a good time and I can't believe I let 17ish years pass before we visited again. Highlights of the visit included a renewed passion for drinking herba mate which is like an argentine hot tea drank from traditional carved wooden cup and thru a metal spoon-straw type thing. Check out the photos. Luli blew my mind though when she served it cold pool-side with a sweet lemon ...
... to Vieja Marino a local institution for lunch and they serve the local river fish (Surubi) 6 different ways. (Fish ravioli, fish empernadas, fish fillet, fish balls, fried fish sticks & pickled fish. It was really good even though the fish itself wasn’t very strong. We were absolutely stuffed and just made homemade gucanole dip with tortilla chips for supper. We had a bottle of fizzy red & ...
Santa Fe is the next province over from Entre Rios. You have to cross the Parana river, or rather go under it. There is a tunnel that goes under the river between Santa Fe and Parana. The people of these two provinces are very proud of their tunnel and get a little upset if you are not very impressed by it - unfortunately having lived in NZ where we have a number of tunnels I don't think I should quite enough excitement. Once in Santa Fe ...
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Now Eli doesn't have Polish roots, this I am sure of, but his family. Wow, if I had to guess where they are from it would be Krakov or Warsaw. They even laughed about it, and I loved it. It has been quite some time since I was taken care of this well. Food, food & more. For dinner it was all about the delicious empandas and chicken. The ...
... what was on the grill, some of the more exotic meats, large intestines, small intestines, kidneys, and thalamus and/or pancreas. I was a little apprehensive, I usually prefer to eat what I know I’ll like. I impressed myself by trying a little bit of everything, but I can’t say I wanted more, meanwhile Steve had enough for both of us.
It’s a rare occurrence for us to stay up past 9:00 p.m., around the time restaurants in Argentina open for ...