Hosteria Huellas Andinas

Villa la Angostura, Villa La Angostura, Province of Neuquen, Patagonia, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Villa la Angostura, Villa La Angostura.
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    Travel Blogs from Villa La Angostura

    Back to beautiful Patagonia

    A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on May 16, 2014

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    ... tip off that the drive to bariloche is beautiful so we opted for the panoramic seats in the front which gave us the best view of the scenery.

    The first 4 hrs of the bus ride was **** but the last 2 hours as we approached bariloche was amazing! Mountains started appearing out of nowhere and magical blue, green, turquoise lakes started popping up everywhere. I guess there is a reason why they call this the lakes ...

    Felices Pascuas!

    A travel blog entry by wildkriv on Apr 19, 2014

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    ... in the plaza and Easter Mass in the evening. The service was rather intense, lasting nearly 90 minutes and contained some slightly painful guitar accompaniment to a long list of hymns. The people of Neuquen seemed content with proceedings, packing out the aisles, as Sam struggled to stay awake...

    Onward night bus to Mendoza, 12 hours.
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    Christmas with the Parker-Zinkgrafs

    A travel blog entry by henry.and.sarah on Dec 25, 2013

    31 photos

    ... a huge dinner, the grand present-opening and fireworks at midnight; Christmas Day is rather more sedate & leisurely, with a lunch of leftovers and a much-needed afternoon siesta.
    What an honour it was for us to be included with all the rest of the ...

    Trials & tribulations of learning Spanish

    A travel blog entry by henry.and.sarah on Dec 20, 2013

    ... licuado’, ‘zumo’, ‘refresco’ or even just ‘agua’. Venezuela was the worst for that, with uniquely different words for beans (caraota, not frijol), bananas (cambur), passion fruit (parchita, not maracuya), watermelon (patilla, not sandia)… all pronounced with an alarming staccato pace which took us ages to get used to.

    Of course, what has held back our language learning most of all is that we are ...

    Local Carnival Wildness Before Quiet Patagonia

    A travel blog entry by ebzh on Dec 14, 2013

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    ... this tent just doesn't work with rain, oups...). Sander, a guy from Belgium that was cycling around South America for 6 month was finishing his trip and gave me his tent. So I never tried my ****** one and gave it to 2 guys I met twice hitchhiking (I was fair, I told them about the rain situation with the tent ;).

    Ciao cities and society, now let's go in the wild Patagonia!
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