Travel Blogs from Villa General Belgrano
... nothing of the pastries and meat.
Yes I will miss this wonderful town, but most of all I will miss the people I have met. It has been an amazing time for me but I will be back!!!
Thankyou Villa General Belgrano and most of all Gloria and Edward. You are the best people.
... Finally I found a nice hostel with a free bed in a dorm. Yipee! I remember my surprise when I entered the room and found a bunch of teen-looking guys cutting the hair of one of them sitting on a chair in the middle of the room. The rest of them were getting ready for partying. The enjoyed the pre-partying so much that they didn't leave until 3 am.
Fortunately the next day I could move to another ...
... with cattle and fringed by towering eucalyptus. Fruit trees explode into blossom, telling us beyond a doubt that Spring is here. Along the way an endless parade of parilla restaurants promise the world’s most succulent steaks, and locals are happy to chat with any who are able.
... 30th April
After Phil had taken an Argentinian girl out on a date we left Cordoba for our final Argentinian destination for a while.....Salta. It was a 9pm bus that was to take 12 hours to Salta...but before this one of the guys that worked at the hostel challenged me to a game of football on his computer....Pro Evolution Soccer! He chose to be Argentina and so I obliged by being England.....I lost 1-0 much to his delight. It was a David James nightmare that cost ...
... kind of hat, which looks like an oversized berri (like the French wear).
After our ride we had a go at lassoing. It’s a lot harder than it looks. We tried first with a wooden post and neither of us managed to get the lasso over the post. Then they brought in live calves. Ian managed to lasso one, but I didn’t even get close, but it was a lot of fun.
In the evening the owner of the ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking