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Mar 26, 2008 - Santa Fe

Santa fe. population 400T Bus ride from Posadas to Santa Fe was 12 hours. Santa Fe is a cool town with a very large university population theyhave like 6 universities up here and thus lots of students. i whent to a couple of museums on the history of santa fe. The town was actually located 70 km away but due to the river occasionaly bursting it banks and the local native ppl causing problems it was decided to relocate the whole city to the new spot. They actually kept the exact layout of the city, roads, government buildings, churches and...

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Jul 26, 2005 - Stuck in Santa Fe

After a hard night's clubbing in Buenos Aires on Saturday we decided to delay our trip to Santa Fe and stay in Buenos Aires til monday resting. Sunday night I had the best steak of my life... tender, rare, now fat and absolutely massive. If anyone comes here I'll recommend you a good steak restaurant. So monday came along and of we went to Santa Fe, a cute "sassy" little university town. Unforunately for us the university is closed for winter and so the town is seriously lacking in people as all the students have gone home for their winter...

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May 19, 2005 - Paraná

ENGLISH TEXT BELOW Paraná se situe dans la province d`Entre Rios (Entre Fleuves). Les provinces d`Entre Rios, Corrientes et Misiones sont en fait comme une ile entre le Rio Paraná et le Rio Uruguay. De ce fait cette region s`appelle aussi Mesopotamia, ou encore Litoral. Je suis arrivee ce mercredi apres-midi avec une heure de retard, le bus venant de Buenos Aires a Rosario ayant ete arrete par des manifestations (les Argentins adorent manifester ;-) Patricia m'attendait au terminal de bus et nous sommes allees chez elle ou j`ai rencontre...

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Nov 12, 2004 - Overnight to Santa Fe

Nov. 12, 2 a.m. Reconquista We walked to the bus station, a 20-minute walk. Kevin wore a big backpack and I carried two day packs, and for the first time since arriving in Argentina, I felt like an alien in a strange world. At 2 a.m. Friday morning, there were plenty of people on the street watching us walk through town. Some people stopped to stare, to be honest, they had reason to stare - who were these two guys, where were they going and why at this odd hour of the night? We arrived at the bus station with 15 minutes to spare and we...

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