Casa Margot - Hotel Champagnerie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Mendoza :) So yesterday I tried to cross but they Closed the passage (Paso de Los Libertadores) due to a snow avalanche. We drove up there in the bus, waited for hours, then they sent the bus back to Santiago. So...too tired to lug my bag back to Central Santiago I put myself in a hotel next to the bus station and left this morning... Pass is open!! I travelled with cata international buses. It was ok. Not as good as the ...
My time in Argentina´s second city, Cordoba, got off to a somewhat poignant start with a trip to the Museo de la Memoria, a museum dedicated to the victims that were tortured and killed at the city´s D2 prison during the last Argentinian military dictatorship in the early seventies. (I know, not that long ago at all). While not quite as harrowing as the Genocide Museum in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, the room with pictures of those ...
... Argentina, but I was worse about saying bye to Paula, my partner in crime, after 3 weeks treavelling together. Unlike with Inaya who I met up with again, I knew I wouldn´t see Paula again (well until I got back in September)- so to say bye to yet another great friend was really tough.
Right, enough of the gushy stuff...The next stop was Santiago. I wasn't sure what to make of it after an amazing few weeks in Argentina. But, I'd soon find ...
... then deep fried. They were very tasty! Afterwards we lounged around outside and Lara and I tried to take a quick dip in the pool but we both chickened out and decided to just soak up the rest of the afternoon sun. Another day ended with all of us strolling back to the ice cream shop- they definitely recognise us now and we're definitely not embarrassed (only 4 days left in Mendoza now!) Alisa (as no one here can pronounce 'Z') ...
... So they were soaking up some sun and enjoying the swimming as well. One, really warm, friendly, buzzing, lively. And the other totally quiet, observing, quietly smilling. Normally I am immediately drowned to the lively ones who share the same energy as me, or even bigger. But I just felt that this quiet man had something really extraordinary. We were sitting on a grass next to the swimming pool, he brought the traditional mate and we were all sharing it, sitting quietly, ...