Holiday Inn Santa Fe - Argentina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Santa Fe - Argentina
Travel Blogs from Santa Fe
... pre-packed *****.
The old Jesuit style church, prettier than the cathedral, was closed and the convent, which opened at 4pm after a long lunch, was crammed with coachloads of kids – gave it a miss.
Headed to the docks which are in the process of redevelopment – the first houses a shopping centre, casino and silos well converted into a hotel. There was a Santa Fe (a beer brand too) chopp but only had the blond beer on draught at high prices, so moved ...
... settled on a hostel v. close to the bus station so that meant, given arrival at 4.30pm, a bit of a rush to get sorted and down to the port in time for sunset. Was glad to have made the effort as was a lovely spot and a nice sunset. Unfortunately a long uphill walk back to the hostel in the twilight and still shopping to do.
Rustled up a dinner of leftovers (salami, parmesan, ...
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 ...
... Christian had given me the 2 nights accommodation free, as well as paying my petrol to Uspallata and washing all my clothes. However, today I realised, to my complete horror, that I had been bitten, and it was bedbugs. Oh how disgusting it feels, how dirty, how contagious! I need to do something serious to sort this out. The bites had, by now, swollen into large, itchy lumps on my arms, legs, wrist and foot and were seriously worrying.
We stopped only once more, to ...
... had to change their route, so on arriving at the bus stop where we had previously caught the bus to Parana this had temporarily changed, but we got there eventually. (only thanks to an odd little man gesticulating wildly and rattling off in Spanish and then helpfully making us follow him to the next bus stop) On arrival we caught a taxi to Hotel Latino and were shown to a far superior room than we had previously been shown although the smell of dead bodies ...