San Remo Palace Hotel

Address: Alameda 203 No 22, Villa Gesell, Province of Buenos Aires, Central Argentina, 7165, Argentina | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Alameda 203 No 22, Villa Gesell, is near Sandboard mar azul.
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    Travel Blogs from Villa Gesell

    Argentine Holiday

    A travel blog entry by edanderika on Feb 29, 2012

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... them. That night we took a bus over to Valeria del Mar, a cute town between Pinamar and Carilo where we enjoyed churros rellenos con dulce de leche, alfajores artesenales de Goleta (a shop with a couple in their late 70s that have been there for 20 years and he an active Rotarian), and then over to Calogero for pizza and empananadas (deservedly recommended by Marga from the hotel). It was a great night. We took the bus back to Pinamar and me toco ...

    On Air

    A travel blog entry by kellyandemilio on Feb 08, 2011

    6 photos

    In the morning we went to Villa Gesell's local radio station. Jose Luis has a weekly radio show where he speaks about the political issues of the town. Some people think he should run for major of the town but he doesn’t want to.

    We went along to see him on air and at the last minute found out we would be interviewed. We were the 'tourists’ from Spain and NZ. Emilio was questioned about what he thinks of Ville Gesell and Kelly was asked to speak about ...

    Mar de Plata

    A travel blog entry by kellyandemilio on Feb 07, 2011

    9 photos

    ... went for lunch at 5pm, to a seafood restaurant and again had too much food! We almost finished it!

    On the way home we saw someone in their car at the traffic lights, drinking mate. Graciela told us it’s illegal to drink mate when driving, this is because it’s distracting.

    We ended up falling sleeping on the road back to Villa Gesell while Graciela and Jose Luis had some interesting conversations at the front of the pickup ...

    On Quads

    A travel blog entry by kellyandemilio on Feb 06, 2011

    6 photos

    ... as a tea strainer as it has holes at the end of it. Mate can be a social drink, the cup is passed around for everyone to take a sip.

    We went back on the bikes again heading to the town for lunch, we had planned to return through the medanos. There were kilometres and kilometres of sand dunes, some of them quite high so we had to be careful not to fall. We continued riding over the medanos parallel to the beach. At one point we rode ...

    To Villa Gesell

    A travel blog entry by kellyandemilio on Feb 05, 2011

    4 photos

    ... known for being tender as the grass the cows eat there is much greener.

    4. A gaucho. We were now in the heart of gaucho land and just as we were discussing what a gaucho is, one appeared, riding along on a horse like some mid west cowboy, three dogs in tow and wearing a leather vest.

    5. Transport police. Here it’s compulsory to drive with your lights on all the time. If you forget, then it’s a 750 peso fine, this works out to be almost ...