Hosteria del Puerto

Peyret 158, Colon, Province of Entre Rios, Litoral, 3280, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Peyret 158, Colon.
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    Travel Blogs from Colon

    Sam

    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Aug 06, 2014

    11 photos



    Breakfast was a couple of tiny muffins and one cup of good
    coffee – happily had some butter & jam snaffled from previous places and a
    roll from dinner so didn’t starve. Had another coffee at the bus station but
    was awful and not cheap.

    The weather got significantly sunnier and warmer as we
    headed north for 5 hours through huge swathes of grassy bogs criss-crossed by
    rivulets and ...

    We reach Uruguay (by Mark)

    A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Jan 17, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    Breakfast was at 7:00 am and we allowed ourselves some time for souvenir shopping before we headed for the tunnel under the Paraná river. Jim had some experience with tunnels in Ecuador and Peru, but I had little, and none on the back of a motorcycle. I was nervous. The Paraná river separates Santa Fe from the city of Paraná in the province of Entre Rios. It is the only way to get from one city to the other. The river begins to widen ...

    Tarantula at the campsite

    A travel blog entry by arango on Oct 28, 2012

    7 photos

    10-28-2012 – Colon (Camp @ Shell Gas Station) Tarantula at the campsite

    Today we woke up to a rainstorm, but we were blessed with a sunny day on the road. Thank you, thank you!!

    Our bodies were a bit tired and sore, but we drove for several hours. Argentina has a lot of farmland in this area, and just as many cows as Brazil. Everyone has a thermous container for hot water, and a gourd, or a mate y bombilla, for their hierba mate....the ...

    Bienvenidos a Argentina!

    A travel blog entry by matt81 on Apr 24, 2012

    8 photos

    After the long jounrney south from Puerto Iguazu it suddenly became fall. Everything had changed: the weather, the architecture, the whole vibe of the place. Argentina looks, feels, and tastes more like Europe. Maybe it was the cooler weather too and the colour changing in the trees which made it seem so much different from the sweltering Amazon and the warm waters of the Caribbean.

    Colon was a quiet town on the Uruguayan ...

    Few hours to spare between buses

    A travel blog entry by nadsadventure on Mar 29, 2011

    5 photos

    ... along the river front and window shopped in the main street.

    Crossing the border was the most effortless yet, the bus only stopped once as both countries shared the same gateway (usually they are about 2km apart) and the bus driver took all the passports, so we didn't even have to get off. ...