Viedma Hotel

Address: Bolivar 530 , Gualeguaychu, Province of Entre Rios, Litoral, Argentina | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Bolivar 530 , Gualeguaychu.
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    Travel Blogs from Gualeguaychu

    Cows, Horses and Cake (Day 26)

    A travel blog entry by bdfro on Nov 05, 2014

    7 photos

    ... barbecue. As the fire burns, the coals drop down through the metal. Once a large amount of coals have collected, they are spread laterally under the grill portion of the barbecue where the meat is cooked. It's a slow process that started at 9, in typical South American style, so we were all starving by the time we are around 10pm. Our meal was followed by a special cake with the craziest candles/sparklers/mini fireworks that ...

    Football fan chaos

    A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Oct 14, 2014

    5 photos

    ... in Montevideo were playing a team from La Plata (A city 60kms south of Buenos Aires). Penarol are Zoe’s team as their kit looks just like Hull City’s kit. The quickest way to La Plata would be to fly, the second quickiest would be via boat from Colonia but the cheapest by far was to use the closest land border at Fray Bentos/Guale and then head back down the coast to La Plata. This journey is crazy as it must be about 900km ...

    Jason's Arrival, Carnaval, & the New Studio

    A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Feb 17, 2013

    1 comment, 54 photos

    ... getting around, having conversations, and understanding people. For this reason, continuing with classes in order to fine-tune my grammar and learn all of the exceptions to the rules doesn’t seem necessary or even appealing to me. I would rather spend that time with Jason, with work, and in Spanish-speaking settings that are less contrived (and which cost less money). To fill my time and practice the language, my plans so far are to participate in a volunteer project at ...

    Tres semanas y...soy porteña!

    A travel blog entry by jscagnoli on Feb 20, 2012

    5 comments, 23 photos

    ... they dead or alive? It remains a mystery. So a lot of the mothers (and some grandmothers, by now) are still demanding and explanation after all of these years and therefore have their "March of the Mothers" on Thursdays in Plaza de Mayo, which is conveniently located right in the middle of the city's main governmental buildings, one of them being La Casa Rosada, which is Argentina's version of the White House...only it's pink! I really enjoyed ...

    Day 11-13 Authentic Argentine weekend at Carnaval!

    A travel blog entry by badman-kirsty on Feb 18, 2011

    4 comments, 54 photos

    ... of guys compared to women. Everyone had amazing rhythm - see the video´s!!!

    What we learned:
    - Sometimes it's better when the Lonely Planet recommended hostels are full!
    - Pan pipes are harder to play than you'd think
    - Even if you have no idea what is being said to you in Spanish, a nod and a smile seems to work.
    - An interesting way to "wear" flip flops and a better way to use a Vuvuzela (see ...