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

Football match!!!

A travel blog entry by micka600 on Apr 12, 2014

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... groups of fans for the same team.....this is Argentina. We get to our end and it's already electric! People playing drums trumpets and other instruments. The quality of the game is **** but the atmosphere is ******* amazing!!! The away team scores first no one takes notice they just continue to sing and jump. 2nd half... And our team instituto are playing to score at our end. They miss a couple ...

Wonderful Romero's & smile, nod & agree method!

A travel blog entry by genevievemolloy on Apr 01, 2013

... I think this was one point where I didn't need a translation!!

So, aside from the above, there is Ceci (who I met over Skype - she's moved to Germany) and Lore (Maia's mum) who is the one that introduced me to Fernet & coke! I did say that I'd try most things (except guinea pig - can't face the 'I've been spit-roasted after being knocked over the head with ...

No, I do NOT enjoy cow´s stomach!!

A travel blog entry by quincy_allen on Feb 29, 2012

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... the number of students, faculty, and academic programs. There are beautiful old colonial buildings and paved paths in this area. There is supposed to be a free history talk at the university which apparently gets rave reviews (according to lonely planet anyway) for itīs interesting and informative overview. When we arrive we have missed the 11am tour by 15 minutes. Thereīs one at 3pm - we will come back. But, when we go back at 3pm we are told ...

Been there, done that, didn't buy the Che t-shirt

A travel blog entry by plodplod_pedro on Jun 25, 2011

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... dirty war claimed the lives of many a dissident. To this day, the children of the detained and ‘the disappeared’, who were usually taken and adopted by members of the collaborating elite, are discovering that their real parents were often killed by their adopted parents. Although this was a sobering experience for everyone, it was all a bit too much for some. A large group of teenagers decided it would be best to start pulling each other, necking in front of ...

Cordoba/whatever

A travel blog entry by katewest on Jan 23, 2011

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... about it, 20 blocks is never going to be short). I also embarked on these '20 blocks' during the middle of siesta time. The end result was a very hot and dusty walk through streets that make Canberra look bustling (it brought back memories of walking through deserted streets early one Christmas morning in Toowoomba) with the only points of interest being the cat calls from leery ...