Spa Hotel Quirinale

Address: Gral. Noalles & herminio J Quiros, Colon, Province of Entre Rios, Litoral, 3280, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Gral. Noalles & herminio J Quiros, Colon.
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Travel Blogs from Colon

Day 22 and 23

A travel blog entry by samanthahogan on Sep 23, 2014

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We got on the 645 am bus to Tacuarembo. Once, we arrived we found out the next bus to Salto wasn't till tomorrow am. It was only 1030 and there didn't appear to be to much happening in Tacuarembo. So, we changed our plans. We said **** Salto let's cross the boarder at Paysandu and from there go to Colon. Once in Colon we hoped we could get a bus to Iguazu falls. Before we left Tacuarembo I finally got to eat real food. It was ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Aug 06, 2014

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... in the Entre Rios province.

Lunch on the bus was a couple of micro thin plasticky crustless ham and cheese sarnies with crackers and biccies. Finally got to Colon after 4pm and grilled tourist info, but was a struggle, both the overheating with the heavy luggage on the gravel streets and not being able to get a hanky to blow my streaming nose – have been under the weather since yesterday.


We reach Uruguay (by Mark)

A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Jan 17, 2014

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... to Colon (opposite Paysand˙ on the river Uruguay). We went through chicken and soya bean farms, more lush than previously. We got to Villa Elisa some 60 km later, and it was immediately different. It was very well kept, pretty, thriving, and had a thermal spa to boot. We did not stop as Uruguay was too near. It was said that the mayor of the town was from the Opposition party (Union Radical).

Bypassing Colon we sped on to ...

Tarantula at the campsite

A travel blog entry by arango on Oct 28, 2012

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10-28-2012 – Colon (Camp @ Shell Gas Station) Tarantula at the campsite

Today we woke up to a rainstorm, but we were blessed with a sunny day on the road. Thank you, thank you!!

Our bodies were a bit tired and sore, but we drove for several hours. Argentina has a lot of farmland in this area, and just as many cows as Brazil. Everyone has a thermous container for hot water, and a gourd, or a mate y bombilla, for their hierba mate....the ...

Bienvenidos a Argentina!

A travel blog entry by matt81 on Apr 24, 2012

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... bordering on, well, Uruguay. I managed to finally figure out how to stream a Canucks game live on my computer. I watched their final game when they got eliminated by the heavy thumping LA Kings. The game was terrible to watch but at least the steak dinner and wine was good.

The next day I woke up late and went for a run along the river. It was quite a picturesque town. I have started running whilst traveling and find it ...