Hotel San Remo

Address: Av. Argentina 105, La Falda, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, 5172, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Argentina 105, La Falda, is near El Paseo Buen Pastor.
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Travel Blogs from La Falda

The clippity-cloppity meatness of ranchy lifestyle

A travel blog entry by marrre on Dec 11, 2014

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... to, and I had to tug the reins ever so often. Eventally pretty much all of us felt confident and familiar enough to actually venture a bit of canter (which is like third gear after walk and trot), and no one fell off.
Music and gaucho lifestyle goes hand in hand, but the local minstrels played neither country, nor western. Traditional latin music, including samba (which in Argentina is, quite contrary to the upbeat Brazilian type most of us would associate ...

Córdoba- No catchy title today...

A travel blog entry by somewaygone on Oct 09, 2013

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From Mendoza, a sleepy 8 hour bus ride brought me to the streets of Cordoba. Famous for its universities and museums, it is the second largest city in Argentina after Buenos Aires. The first night or two was spent in a hostel toward the north of the centre. I don't mind a hostel stay once in a while but I must admit that I have become so accustomed to CouchSurfing that sometimes it can feel a bit dry. Talking English with Aussie and ...

Argentina - Part 1 (Salta & Cordoba)

A travel blog entry by schulmericas on Oct 01, 2012

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... Argentina on his bicycle and came into close contact with the blatant social inequality then prevailing in the country. He then travelled with a friend across South America and into Central America on a motorcycle. During this trip he was quoted as saying - " This aimless wandering through our 'capitalized America' has triggered major unexpected changes in me..." And so he began his antics. He met Fidel Castro in Mexico in 1955 and enlisted as a ...

Cordoba (boring....)

A travel blog entry by dimi81 on Nov 20, 2011

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... it. Now that must tell you something that my highlight was to walk around the shopping centre and have lunch in the food court – just like I was back in Std 7 (or Grade 9 I guess) :)

Anyways, we made the best of our time there and as we knew before arriving we would only be able to see the Jesuit block on day 3 (which is why there was a day 3 – just how our timings worked unfortunately) we filled our 1st two days seeing other parts of the town. ...

Culture Vultures

A travel blog entry by phileden on Apr 26, 2011

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... through a big student area which was packed with bars and clubs - and that's when it dawned on us... We did have the best of intentions when visiting Córdoba, but hadn't thought about the fact that seven universities would equal a massive student population which would equal some pretty decent nightlife. The temptation was too great. Oh well, at least we tried.