Hostel Campo Base Penitentes
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Crossing over from Chile into Argentina we're surrounded with what seems like a totally new language. I am getting a lot of blank looks and some laughs when I try to communicate. One night I couldn't even order a beer correctly. The menus are completely different. We didn't know what one single food or drink item was for the first couple days. …
Barbieandken stayed here on Mar 26, 2010 during their trip titled: Barbie and Ken go walkabout.
Barbieandken stayed here on Mar 27, 2010 during their trip titled: Barbie and Ken go walkabout.
The bus trip from Mendoza to Los Penitentes had some jaw dropping scenery. We followed an ancient Inca route which led through mountains with red, orange and brown masses of rocks. Green patches where some Lama like animals were grazing and snow capped mountains all of whick I have no photos of : ( We followed a river channel which was about 40m …
... I got into town where I stayed at one of the BEST hostels I've ever stayed at. Someone I met in Cordoba recommended it, and I am glad that I took his advice. I stayed at Punto Urbano, and they offered everything I could imagine!
When I walked in the hostel, all exhausted, the first thing they asked was if I wanted to put my bags down and eat the complimentary breakfast. Normally hostel breakfasts consist of ash tray ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Campo Base Penitentes Mendoza
The man living there is very hospitable and we enjoyed the meals! Wish I got the recipe for the shepherds pie like dish, a fav of Argentina.
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