Arco De Las Cuevas

Address: Ruta Nacional 7, Las Cuevas, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, 5500, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ruta Nacional 7, Las Cuevas.
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Travel Blogs from Las Cuevas

It's opener, out there, in the wide, open air.

A travel blog entry by mjolly on Jun 15, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... since February. Since he's been here so much longer, one afternoon he took me around parts the city. We went to a hill called Cerro Santa Lucia. This place is full of history. Pedro de Valdivia, a Spanish Conquistador decided to form the city of Santiago at the base of this hill, so he used the hill as a lookout point to plan the city. Later on, it was used as almost a fortress. Later on in 1872, it was decided to make the hill into ...

Aconcagua Valley

A travel blog entry by hadwin on Mar 09, 2014

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... copper from a local mine. Copper is something like 50% of GDP for Chie.

Then it was off to Errazuriz. Errazuriz is one of the most recognised brands from Chile in wine and is one of the pioneers of wine in Chile and continues to innovate. Orignially from the Basque country, Errazuriz established his estate in 1870 to entertain his guests having made a considerable fortune in business and now is still in the same family ...

The Stone Sentinal

A travel blog entry by erucci on Jan 24, 2014

4 photos

... gear and supplies up to the base camps.

As you hike, Aconcagua itself comes into better and better view, with different elements resolving into focus by the time you get to Confluencia. We were lucky with the weather and could actually see Aconcagua the entire hike, but that is not always the case. The mountains surrounding you also make a great backdrop - different mineral deposits give a range of yellows, ...

Visitor Travels

A travel blog entry by tarae.griffin on Jul 20, 2013

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... run on the beach 2x which was excellent!

Skiing is super nice here but never go when it is snowing as you canīt see (no trees up there). The snow is awesome and generally it is a sunny day up there with spectacular views no matter where you go. Favorite for now is Portillo!

Wineries were also on the agenda...although it is winter,..recommended in January instead. If I am still here I will put it on the list again. Went to the 2nd ...


A travel blog entry by carolineandian on Apr 23, 2013

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... famous for its seafood, wooden churches, folklore, wet climate and friendly people and it lived up to its reputation on all fronts! We stayed in Ancud in the north of the island in a lovely and very sociable hostel called the 13 Lunas run by two Chilean cousins. On our first day there they offered to take us out on a little tour to try to find flamingos who were due to start arriving at the island on their migration routes. We ...