Holiday Inn Santa Fe - Argentina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... wine both of which were really good and less than $5. Argentina is proving to be much more affordable than Uruguay. We are also assisted on the money side by the instability of the Argentinean currency. The inflation and rapid up and downs of the local peso means that everyone wants American Dollars as they are more stable and are likely to rise. This has caused there to be 2 exchange rates. The official one ...
... to be rigidly adhered to. The restaurants were crammed and badly staffed so had to walk out of the first 2, as starving and couldn’t place an order – both were "Arab", but 90% of the stuff on the menu was Argentinian staples and didn’t offer mezze. Finally found an open bakery, as food shops also shut too, selling little cheesy balls called “chipas” that kept me going until I found a restaurant still serving.
Had a big slab of juicy ...
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 ...
... can-eat Chinese restaurant, where I figured I could spend a couple of hours stuffing my face and reading for much cheaper than eating plain spaghetti in the hostel.
However, upon arrival at the hostel, the mean girl had gone and Sebastian invited me to stay as his guest. We chatted for a while and he showed me some decent Argentinian rock music (which I will definitely be getting!) and then headed out to ...
... and expanding British flotilla at sea was scuttled by her captain off Montevideo. Tim regards the 1950’s movie as a classic and was determined to visit the national naval museum. The pictures below tell the story of a bygone age with Tim thrilled to have a photo of him next to the now salvaged main cannon of the sunken vessel.
I am sure you all know the first ever World Cup final was held at the Centenario Stadium in Montevideo in 1930 (Uruguay ...