Santa Fe

Santa Fe, Argentina

Hotels in Santa Fe

Santa Fe Accommodations (3)
Holiday Inn Santa Fe - Argentina

Holiday Inn Santa Fe - Argentina

4.50 205 reviews

San Jeronimo 2779, Santa Fe, Argentina

Hostal Santa Fe De La Veracruz

Hostal Santa Fe De La Veracruz

3.00 26 reviews

San Martin 2954, Santa Fe, Argentina

Hotel Corrientes Santa Fe

Hotel Corrientes Santa Fe

3.00 35 reviews

Corrientes 2520, Santa Fe, Argentina

Travel Blogs from Santa Fe

Santa Fe Travel Blogs (263)
Banqueting richly upon units of distance, Rosario de Tala (a different Rosario altogether), Argentina travel blog

Banqueting richly upon units of distance

A travel blog entry by nigelball

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The bargain of my previous stay in Victoria was sadly already occupied owing to it being the weekend, and since after the debacle of Rosario bus station I was in no mood to start hunting around for alternatives, I checked into what appeared to be a hotel ...

Cyclist, madman, chef., Victoria, Argentina travel blog

Cyclist, madman, chef.

A travel blog entry by nigelball

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... by a nearby monastry, to purchase a jar of its renowned prize-winning monk-made dulce de leche. My next destination was Rosario, Argentina's third largest city, and home to a man called Pablo Chufeni, a friend of my relative Anita in Uruguay, who I ...

Cutting it close to the bone, Parque Nacional Pre-Delta, Argentina travel blog

Cutting it close to the bone

A travel blog entry by nigelball

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I left Rosario mid-afternoon and arrived at this national park in time to see the sun set over the river here. I don't know why they bothered making it a national park, though, as there's nothing else to see. I pitched my sweatbox tent on the grassy ...

Guidebooks for the blind, Santa Fe, Wild West, Argentina travel blog

Guidebooks for the blind

A travel blog entry by nigelball

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... fee to carry my bike - decidedly suspicious - picking on a foreigner with shaky Spanish, it's just not cricket. I arrived at Santa Fe (oh what hilarity is offered forth by the sharing of place names between the American continents!) as darkness drew ...