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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Heated pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... next to the lake. We got a drink from the cabin and sat down on a flat rock. The lake was spectacular and our lunches were amazing (they might have been amazing because we were so hungry). When we got down I knew that the lake in the mountains would be stained on my memory or a long time.
If you read the last entry, you would know that I am presently in the resort Llao Llao and that there are quite a few things to do there. One of the things is ...
... tour buses. At one stop on the way in on a dirt dusty road, I counted around 12 tour buses parked by a river with lovely sparkling clean water flowing over a rapids, of course there is a cafe and bano there also. St the entry to the National Park, as a foreigner I am charged 80 pesos entry, whereas all the Argentinians on the bus are charged 35 pesos. As soon as I open my mouth, they know I,m a foreigner. Its interesting that Bariloche is a place where ...
... for some with some winnings from the casino (not me though!) The next day in Mendoza, four of us girls got up early and were ready to spend a day relaxing in the thermal springs and spa- the spa had 32 different thermal springs which varied in temperature, a thermal mud bath- where you covered yourself in hot mud straight from the earth, natural cave saunas which were underground and terrified me, a 30min relaxation massage and then of course the most amazing food buffet ...
... to taste wine properly and what to look for. I'm still not convinced that all the strange tastes and smells they mentioned were actually present in the wines, but i definitely managed to pick up the more obvious things by the end of the visits to the wineries.
So feeling better and ready to move on again, i headed back to my home away from home, Buenos Aires, for a flying visit. I arrived at 10am and booked a bus to Salta for 1800 the next day. I spent my one night ...
... trips are just way too expensive. Shops and offices are closing early for Christmas Eve, so I go back to my hostel and get some work done. Writing, emailing, booking a hostel for NYE. I planned to go out to dinner but everyone else in the hostel seemed occupied. So I ate my chicken pasta dish and shared two bottles of wine with the guy working in the hostel. We had a lovely conversation and instead of going out I got some rest. Christmas Day: I almost didn't wake up on ...