Hotel Brutti Gualeguaychu

Bolivar 591 Gualeguaych, Gualeguaychu, Province of Entre Rios, Litoral, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gualeguaychu

A Life on the Ocean Wave

A travel blog entry by upontheroof


... 20,000 Euros per day to keep the ship at anchor and we saw dozens of ships at anchor at each of the ports we visited. One of the engineers told us he had been on a ship that was anchored off Singapore last year for two months. The mind boggles when we try to compute how much money is literally floating about on the oceans!

And now?
Our experience of the voyage has been very good. It was so relaxing and great to have that time to ...

Are you scared of tiny little spiders?

A travel blog entry by gemandkory


... sometimes how lucky we are to be able to take such a long time off work and that most people would love to do what we are doing. Maybe not exactly what we are doing (with the cycling and camping) but would probably love to have the freedom to do what they wanted each day. We have tried to explain to people that we have met, that most people in our countries do not do what we do, and they work hard every day for only a couple of weeks off work each year. It seems ...

Jason's Arrival, Carnaval, & the New Studio

A travel blog entry by jeffwright


... When we got to the the Carnaval stadium in Gualeguaychú, we purchased the best seats they had available. Though Carnaval parties are traditionally held on the streets, with the entire community involved, the festivities in Gualeguaychú are different. The crowd is separated from the performance, with more people observing rather than dressing up. Be sure to check out the two videos I took of the party! We took a bus back to Buenos Aires when the party was over, and slept the entire ...

Carnival OMG!!

A travel blog entry by smitherson

This is a top pick!

We decided to take a little trip to Argentina's premier carnival competition in Gualeguaychu, a 3 hour bus ride from the capital. This happens every Saturday through January, February and March as three carnival schools battle it out to be crowned champions. I thought it was a good way to see Carnival given the friendly, organised reviews. I showed James pictures from last year and we were a go! The day started off a ...


A travel blog entry by mercurial


... and the goteras in the bedroom (my basic travelling kit includes eye mask and earplugs).

The following day I only got round to hauling myself out of bed late in the morning. Surprisingly, the day was beautiful, not a cloud in sight. Adblinco was out, he came back in the afternoon and took me for a tour in Gualeguaychu – and it's a really pretty town. He then treated me to an icecream AND cooked me dinner later that night AND we had a bottle ...


This hotel, located on Bolivar 591 Gualeguaych, Gualeguaychu, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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