Hosteria Del Lago
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... corner and big clumps of tourists clogging the entryway of every souvenir shop selling geode bookends and mountain berry pots of jam. There's also a beautiful church that looks stunted from head on but has the most intricate stained glass windows for a new building, well, a building only a couple of hundred years old. There's also the view of the mountains, snow capped and pine covered, reflected in the deep blue lake. Hard to believe that most of the country is dead flat and ...
... led to the tennis court (yes we played tennis but I will get to that later) but also led to the bike path. Of course this is the path that we took on the short bike tour so we (or should I say my dad) decided that we should go on a different track. This track was where my mom and dad ran that morning so I had a fleeting hope that there would be no cars. I was dead wrong. The trip going out was fine. Big road, few cars, with only one downside of a huge hill to get to the ...
... to have beautiful blue skies and warm weather for the trip today. The mountains and lakes are sparkling. We arrive at the border between Argentina and Chile, first its a long queue to get our exit stamps from Argentina, then a further hour or so down the dirt winding road between the two lakes, which is only traversed by Turisur buses, (they built the road)and after seeing around 8 condors sailing across a valley where there is a wide braided river flowing, ...
... Our last day in Santiago, included me dying a little bit but I wanted to make the most of it so we ventured a little further to the central market where seafood is the main attraction...you can imagine how that smell would have made me feel! We said our goodbyes to the people leaving the tour and our hellos to the 5 newbies joining us the rest of the way to Rio and we were on our way to Pucon...the start of the Patagonia region.
Unlike some people’s thoughts Patagonia ...
... and so tried to book a ticket. So it turns out you can’t leave the country without having an entry stamp in your passport, so then the bus company refused to sell me a ticket. Apparently on Monday the immigration office in town would open and i would have to head there and get them to give me an entry stamp so i could leave the country!
I think i am just destined to remain in Argentina forever!
I had timed my travels so i would be staying at the Salta ...