Holiday Inn Santa Fe - Argentina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I spent the last three days, Tuesday thru Thursday with Maxi and his family lounging by the pool, eating, and drinking the customary Argentine yerba matte (sp?). We had a great time catching up and he took me around Parana and showed me some familiar sights from when I visited here in high school. It was a great start to the trip and Maxi and his entire family are kind, enthusiastic, and genuine. Where to start... After I arrived late Monday night it was pretty ...
... and is hard for us to adjust as we like eating at 6.30pm or 7pm, if we waited until 9pm we would probably be gnawing each others arms off. The food is similar to Uruguay very meat and carb based. Parana is a little different in that they also have a lot of river fish. We decided to eat a big lunch and then go to the supermarket for a few snacks for supper as this would avoid the late night trip to a restaurant. ...
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 ...
... Dad would have loved to run here I thought. We made it over the crowded bridge and back over after attempting a nice view of the sunset. Salvador and Lea wanted to take me out for the famous fish if Santa Fe, but we were all still full from the big lunch. The compromise was to go have some beer right across the street from the national brewery of Santa Fe beer. A beer pipe was connected from the factory to the beautiful restaurant on the otherwise of the street, above ...
... captain and star player who wore the no 10 shirt for Argentina for 15 years from 1979 to 1994. Emerging from the poverty and destitution of a Buenos Aires slum to become Argentina’s and possibly the world’s greatest ever player. Pictures are everywhere with video of his greatest moments constantly played on TV. Particularly annoying for Tim as the two top moments are the famous hand of god goal against England in the 1986 world cup followed by his ...