Gran Hotel Embajador

Address: Calle San Martin 250, La Rioja, Province of La Rioja, Cuyo, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle San Martin 250, La Rioja.
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        Travel Blogs from La Rioja

        Ostrich killer

        A travel blog entry by steveandange on Jan 24, 2015

        27 photos

        ... lots of water and no obvious path to the other side. So we turned back and eventually found a place to park up on Hualfin high street outside the local hostel with a battalion of frogs to keep watch overnight.

        Much like the previous morning we were competing for the toilet-shower with bus loads of tourists. Not the greatest way to start the day when you're trying to get changed in a van with a towel for a we skipped breakfast and headed ...

        Better Than Some

        A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Jun 15, 2014


        ... it was a dark night but there were orange circles of light on the road from the street lights. A few drunks moved about and everything was moving fast. I ran and made a turn and was in a park and I sat down under a tree. I felt bad about the guy but my throat hurt and then I didn't really feel bad because who tries to rob a guy then choke him? I didn't hear any sirens so I knew I'd be OK. The guy must have kept his mouth shut or been alone or was bad enough I ...

        La Rioja... Why would you go there?

        A travel blog entry by touristtom on Apr 26, 2012

        49 photos

        ... first 24 hours in La Rioja was a struggle. The hostel that I had booked for my friend and I was what you would call a Dump... Note the capital D! There were cockroaches crawling all over the couches; no one spoke a word of English; the toilets didn't have locks on them; to flush the toilet you needed to put your hand right into the cistern; and the worst part about all of this was that It was recommended to me by a couple of Argentinians... Hmm ...

        Mountain High, Valley Dry

        A travel blog entry by colin on Nov 16, 2011

        25 photos

        ... how green it was, grasses and scrubby plants seem to be very adaptable, more so than cacti which were missing in large areas. It got very dusty, but the views were great and we even made a photo stop at the top of the mountain pass we had to cross, at 4,000m. I liked the dry stone walls I saw along the way too, used to separate fields and as corrals for animals.

        Iruya was pleasant, with steep and unevenly cobbled streets. I suspect the streets ...

        Exploring La Rioja Argentina

        A travel blog entry by sherrivilano on Apr 28, 2011

        15 photos

        ... with the lightest ever bread crumb coating, pan fried and served room temp. Simple smashed potatoes (no fat), green salad with ruby red tomatoes and crusty bread served with homemade limoncello, wine and beer. There is much conversation and laughter as we sit in the communal kitchen around a big old wooden table capable of seating 20 in a pinch. The ceilings are some 20 or more feet high. Even though it is warm outside, the kitchen is cool as a light ...