Hotel Corrientes

Address: Corrientes 2520, Santa Fe, Province of Santa Fe, Litoral, Argentina | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by debbiemc74 on May 05, 2013

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... got eaten alive through my clothing yet again. This is despite spraying my clothes with Off. Fete This afternoon was an Afs fete in Evita Park. This was similar to a garage sale, where volunteers from Afs got clothing, books etc donated to them and then sold them in the park for fundraising. I think it was kind of successful, they still had a lot of clothing left over and I think they had the ...

Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by debbiemc74 on Apr 26, 2013

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... to Christchurch's - well minus the containers. There are hundreds of shops and there seems to be an in-proportionate amount of shoe shops. All the shops were horrendously busy, being a Friday night. An odd thing is that in some of then shops you have to take a number to be served, or you get the number/name of the person who welcomed you into the shop and helped you, on a laminated piece of card on string. After this we took ...

Parana and Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by benbackpacker on May 30, 2011

2 comments, 5 photos

... de 25 de Mayo, which has a very nice cathedral that we checked out. There is a large pedestrian zone, and a riverfront that is perfect for running. It was interesting to see how deserted downtown becomes between 1pm and 5pm or so...the Argentinians have their siesta and rest, and nearly everything is closed! Then they open again for three hours or so. We haven't done much running recently, so Dani and I went for two runs in Parana along ...

On the road...the adventure starts !

A travel blog entry by hare60 on Apr 05, 2010

2 comments, 1 photo

... dig out the balaclava (which
I though I would never need). Just 5 k out, from what the signs said
the good road just ended, nowhere to be seen??? I asked a couple a
people and was told a few crude directions (well probably good
direction but with my Spanish?). finally I spotted a main road and
headed for it only to see the town I was trying to get to over to my
right, **** I was on the bypass. Some illegal turns saw me heading
into town for the next issue of ...

Que Calor! Hasta luego Uruguay

A travel blog entry by senorbrian on Jan 03, 2008

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... as conformed as the one in uruguay. To make the bus thing even more enjoyable Its written in Spanish hand writing. Which brings me to a lil thing iŽd like to mention, IF your spanish is ok but you like to get things written out to double check be sure to know that latin people write a fair bit differntly there numbers, and love to abriviate there already complicated hand writting... Tomorrow So tomorrow i get to putz the day away waiting for ...