- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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I was a little scared for the amount of climbing I had pencilled in for this stage and feared a lot of it would be on ripio. But, without doubt the best days riding ever! Superb roads (only 20k of pretty reasonable ripio in the middle), out of this world scenery, and little wind. The day was also helped that after 30k (nearly all up ...
... places with availability is pretty short, so maybe we're lucky to find anything. This is what we'd expected from peak season, warned in advance that people flock to this area to drive around, to hike, to camp - and for good reason, as it's so very lovely. Here they all are.
A FORTUNATE OUTCOME TO A DISAPPEARING D
We dump our stuff and go to town to try and find something to eat. After establishing we're allowed to park in a bay that may be for handicapped drivers, ...
... us down, but we make the turn off into the city and find a place to shelter just as the clouds release a mix of hail and rain. We sit on the porch of a little shop, having a late 2:45pm lunch, feeling so lucky once again. The rain pounds for over an hour, then turns to a heavy drizzle, but the wind keeps blowing fiercely. Finally, at 5:30pm, the afternoon thunderstorm dissipates as siesta is ending - perfect timing for us to leave our ...
... us put on our rain gear. Of course as usual it never did rain the whole day.
This winding road was like another one of Argentina's wonderful race tracks. It was just so smooth and the curves were just right for about 70mph riding. We stopped a few times at scenic places along the way to take photos. Finally we turned off and headed North on the route 234 to San Martin de Los Andes where we were booked to have lunch.
As soon as ...
... is still a beautiful spot sitting on a lake and surrounded by hills. We enjoyed a cafe con leche and also enjoyed seeing the sun for the first time in several days. The clouds were finally clearing away, which can't help but lift one's spirits and it did ours.
We proceeded on pavement to the town of Junin de los Andes where we picked up sandwiches and then picked up a dirt road that ran along the Rio Alumine. ...