The SUMAJ YASTA FOLK ROCK is a bustling place where one can try tasty empanadas and tamales and accompanied by a good network, surrounded by a friendly and fun crowd, united by the pleasure of listening and dancing to music of our land. It is beautifully decorated with different local elements, like reeds, drums and guitars, different sculptures, shells of armadillos, ovenbird nests, etc.. The atmosphere is happy, and it is somewhere where you will have a good time.
This office, in the center of the city, depends on the Municipality of Las Termas de Rio Hondo, and provides all kinds of info, brochures and a list of Business Travel and Tourism, which have a coordinator in charge you can hire for different routes, visits and tours of the city, the capital city of the province, neighboring provinces as Tucuman and Catamarca and the most important. On the 1st floor of the same building is the Public Library Ricardo Rojas, whose name was given in honor of the Argentine writer born in Tucumán in the year 1882 and died in Buenos Aires in the year 1957. He studied in the city of Santiago del Estero, was a journalist, writer, professor and author of a biography of General José de San Martín among other books.
When we entered [poi = 121219] Victoria [/ poi] and and started heading toward [poi = 121233] Victoria Casino [/ poi], the first thing we came across was the old Federal Building Tyre. It was founded on December 25, 1901, and later opened in 1906. Today this place exudes a strong style with turrets and a cannon, which has been completely refurbished and painted white with yellow edges and green doors. There's a ring on its target shooting and two crossed rifles. On the gateway is where you'll find the national emblem. In the neatly groomed little park you can see a small plaque so that you'll remember the date of its foundation, solid with seasonal flowers, park benches and earthen jars with flowers. Here is the Office of Tourism Victoria
It was a very cold day when I stopped at the Tourist Office in Sierras of Encalada, belonging to the Township of Las Heras in the province of Mendoza. My intention was to find out about of the state of the roads. As soon as I entered I got the whiff of kerosene from the stove, and went straight to it in search of the some heat, because it was so cold outside. As I warmed up I found out, from the woman who greeted me kindly, that the roads were closed. Having no possibility of continuing, the friendly conversation turned to other places we could visit in the area. The information I received from them, including maps and brochures, was excellent, plentiful and very detailed, and the very warm attention, not only for the stove, but the passion with which they explained, showed their love for these inhospitable places.