Casa de Piedra Cabanas y Spa

Address: UF 13 Las Pendientes, San Martin de los Andes, Province of Neuquen, Patagonia, 8370, Argentina | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on UF 13 Las Pendientes, San Martin de los Andes, is near Cerro Chapelco, San Martin de los Andes, and Estancia Huechahue.
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    Travel Blogs from San Martin de los Andes

    San Martin de los Andes

    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Oct 29, 2014

    16 photos

    ... the evening so we needed to find an ATM. Just like Mendoza, we were not having a fun time finding one that would let us take cash out. Their messages are a bit weird, but we think when they say you have exceeded your daily withdrawal limit, it actually means there is no cash in it. We were walking the streets for maybe an hour before we finally found an ATM that had cash in it.

    With cash in our pockets, we could take advantage of the 15% early bird discount (arriving ...

    Spectacular scenery, camping & crazy weather

    A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Oct 27, 2014

    57 photos

    ... site was amazing right on the lake, looking up at the volcano. The camp site was run by a Mapuche family one of the few indigenous groups left in Argentina. They were really friendly and rowed us back across the lake again once we had set out tent up. Another 3km hike back to Puerto Canoa and we just made the 3pm catamaran by 5min. The catamaran spends over 1.5hrs around the lake and we visited 3 different areas. One of them is a really cool area ...

    Drive to San Martin de los Andes

    A travel blog entry by pnbooth on Nov 02, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... that time it was being run by a German family who had immigrated to Argentina after WWII. As it turned out, the dad was in the infantry and fought in the Battle of the Bulge. My dad was in US Army infantry 101st division and fought in the battle of the bulge (i.e. these two men could very well have been trying to kill each other in WWII. The only other guests at the lodge over christmas were a French ...

    Duendes in the Forest

    A travel blog entry by whereiswagner on Jan 23, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... us find
    accommodations. Val of course was a problem. After several phone calls, it was
    clear that since Val was not carried around in a pocketbook, lodging would be
    more difficult. We were given two options. Neither appealing: an expensive
    hosteria on the edge of town, or a campsite. We decided to splurge for one night.
    When we arrived to the hosteria, it seemed we were two minutes late. Someone
    had called ...

    Volcanoes - extinct, sleeping and very much awake

    A travel blog entry by lizdavid on Dec 04, 2011

    32 photos

    ... along the Andes in both Chile and Argentina; a most unstable area. Volcan Lanin is one of the most impressive and the Araucania forests, huge lakes and fast-flowing rivers are spectacular.

    The countryside is full of colour at this time of year with yellow Broom growing along the roadsides, splashes of the red 'Los Notros' on the surrounding hills and ...