Cabanas el Viejo Marquez
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- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
TripAdvisor Reviews Cabanas el Viejo Marquez Villa La Angostura
Travel Blogs from Villa La Angostura
... now see the other side of the mountain, and a stunning rocky ridge. There was lots of ooohs and ahhhs and lots of photos taken. Those sounds were replaced with uh ohs when we were were told that we were going to be traversing this steep, rocky, snow covered ridge for about 6km until we got to the a pass in the ridge where we would then descend the other side and walk down the rest of the mountain. The next 6 kilometres were probably the hardest I have ever walked. There were 3 main ...
... through Bariloche’s city centre admiring the beautiful log and stone buildings while stopping in at the many chocolate shops lining the main street for the free samples of the mouth-watering chocolate. Bariloche has picture-postcard views in every direction created by the soaring peaks, all well over 2000m that surround the area. That afternoon we spent some time organising our future travels and relaxed in ‘Rapa Nui’s’ chocolate cafe catching up on emails ...
... before the shops closed, and some things differently; sunbathing and having a barbecue for dinner. We'd ended up lucking out with our forth choice hostel because not only did it have a lovely courtyard for Ross to get frazzled in in the afternoon, some other guests had organised a group meal for the evening which we were able to join in with. Despite it being a predominantly catholic country, Christmas seems a much more casual affair in Argentina and not the ...
... c******nay, French Onion soup and cheese fondue. We then hit the famous chocolate shop - Mamuschka - where there were almost more people providing delicious samples of chocolate than there were customers!! We partook of the samples (of course - chocolate goes very well with wine and cheese). There were hundreds of varieties to choose from - dark chocolate, semisweet, milk chocolate and all kinds ...
28 hours on the bus from El Chalten was the longest bus ride in my life so far. Driving up the Ruta 40 with breathtaking views and partly very rough roads was definitely a special experience that I won´t forget. Next to me was a punkish Argentinean who didn't say a single word on the whole trip and took more space than I felt comfortable with. Red wine and sleeping pills helped me to survive that part and after the painful bus ride I arrived very tired ...