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Stories and Tips Villa Carlos Paz

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Leading Hotels in Villa Carlos Paz

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 30 Jul, 2007

Leading Hotels in Villa Carlos Paz There are many hotel options in Villa Carlos Paz, but prices nearly double during the months of January and February, the high season that is also the rainy season… It makes sense to visit Villa Carlos Paz after March…Read More


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El Diquecito, Another Delightful Two-mile Walk

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 22 Mar, 2007

If you are fond of walking, you will really enjoy this one. El Diquecito is not on the San Antonio river, but is also very near Villa Carlos Paz. I visited it this week. If you are fond of solitary places, you will like it.…Read More


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Fantasio, the nearest resort on the San Antonio river

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 22 Mar, 2007

To say the truth, Fantasio forms part of Villa Carlos Paz. It is only 10 blocks away from the downtown, and both roads to reach this beautiful place are very attractive. The road along Leandro N. Alem (a street that starts on 9 de Julio…Read More


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Playas de Oro

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 15 Mar, 2007

This is the most visited beach on the San Antonio River. In summer as many as 7,000 visit it per day. There are many cafeterias and restaurants just across the road, where you can eat at reasonable prices. The area next to the bridge is…Read More


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Cuesta Blanca and Icho Cruz.

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 06 Mar, 2007

I still have to discover some corners of Cuesta Blanca. When the bus arrives just next to the bridge over the San Antonio river, after crossing the bridge, you can turn to the left or to the right. I took the left turn, and was…Read More


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The Road to Cuesta Blanca

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 01 Nov, 2006

There is a fantastic combination of bathing resorts all along the San Antonio river, that usually has crystal clear water (unless it has rained very recently): Playas de Oro, San Antonio, Samay Huasi, Tio Joe, Tala Huasi (Icho Cruz), Cuesta Blanca. No local tours cover…Read More


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The tour to Mina Clavero and Los Tuneles:condor watching, dwarf palm trees, goat barbecue, beautiful rivers...

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 27 Apr, 2007

THE TOUR TO MINA CLAVERO AND LOS TUNELES (OVER THE MOUNTAIN RANGE) This is a beautiful tour over the mountain range, climbing up to an altitude of nearly 7,000 feet (the highest mountain in Córdoba, Champaqui mount, has an altitude of nearly 10,000 feet). After…Read More


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The tour to La Cumbrecita, an unforgetable experience

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 27 Apr, 2007

Ancient Jesuit buildings, a beautiful lake, a German Alpine style village, the Home of the Oktoberfest, and more. THE TOUR TO LA CUMBRECITA If you only have one full day available, this tour would be the best option. You will visit the Alta Gracia Jesuit buildings,…Read More


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Where to go on the local bus service

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 27 Apr, 2007

There are dozens of beautiful places where you can go on the local bus for .50¢: Fantasio, Playas de Oro, San Antonio, Mayu Sumaj, Icho Cruz, Cuesta Blanca, Dique San Roque. For .70¢, you can go to Tanti, and for a dollar and a…Read More


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Villa Carlos Paz: Where to Stay and Where to Eat (some tips)

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 27 Apr, 2007

VILLA CARLOS PAZ: WHERE TO STAY AND WHERE TO EAT In Villa Carlos Paz there is a sharp difference of prices from one place to another. You can pay $4 for a serving of french fries and a Coke (Macs, on the main street) or…Read More


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