Hostal Santa Fe De La Veracruz

Address: San Martin 2954, Santa Fe, Province of Santa Fe, Litoral, 3000, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on San Martin 2954, Santa Fe.
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Travel Blogs from Santa Fe


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Aug 08, 2014

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Needless to say, my suspicions about noisy neighbours were realised and had a poor night's sleep yet again – no apologies or sympathy from the owners as they offered a ***** breakfast of cheap instant and stale bread. Decided to relocate to somewhere quieter and that will let me use the place while awaiting by 11pm bus manana.

Checked out a place, a bit pricier and no kitchen, but nice and quiet. Did some washing and then headed off lunchtime to Santa Fe, on the ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Aug 07, 2014

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... supplemented with some veggies and finally a beer – very annoyed as stood in massive queue at super to discover they won’t, unlike all the other stores in their chain, where I’ve had no trouble previously, let you buy the beer bottle i.e. you pay for it and get your money back with your receipt later. Had to fork out over the odds at a little shop nearby with limited ...

Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by debbiemc74 on Apr 26, 2013

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... to visit Silvia's oldest daughter in her flat which she shares with 6 other girls. It had a distinct resemblance to flaring in Dunedin, but not as cold and in a converted apartment rather than a house. We went and found a factory direct shoes shop and I managed to find some leather boots cheap, around NZ$110, I thought this was a pretty good price. Then more shopping in the city mall. It appears that all cities have a pedestrian ...

The 1200km road trip!

A travel blog entry by ajm56 on Jan 06, 2012

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... with petrol and admire a Christmas tree made of empty plastic drinks bottles. Despite this, we didn’t arrive in Parana until 2am, so, now knowing him pretty well, I opted to take Roque up on his offer to stay at his rather than trying to find a hostel with a 24 hour reception. I note the address on the way in and store it in my kindle.

Upon arrival at his house, Roque admits he doesn’t have a key and when it’s locked, he knocks on the window next door ...

Parana – Including a stop in Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by zinzan3 on Sep 12, 2010

3 comments, 18 photos

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One evening while looking for a place to eat we wandered past a huge ( 200 seater) Italian restaurant at 8.00pm and it was totally empty. Thirty minutes later it had about ten people in and we were getting desperate so we decided to give it a try. We went in and most of the tables had “reserved” signs on which we thought was a little hopeful, but they showed us to a table and we had a very good meal. By the time we left at 10-00pm ...