Hotel 7 Lagos
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- Continental Breakfast
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... wine, sunshine and biking.
After a week in Mendoza and no Spanish lessons available we took off to our next stop, Uspallata. Uspallata is a little town in the middle of the mountains (for real this time) and is the closest town to Aconcagua, the highest mountain in South America and the second highest in the world. We were dropped off at our hostel a little way out of town, at what must be the most scenic bus stop ever. We were in a valley, completely surrounded by ...
... ničeho a oba řidiči vystoupí. Někteří cestuji ještě spi, někteří vystoupí aby si dali ranní cigaretku. Po 10-ti minutach mi to nedá a jdu se podívat, co se děje, proč jsme zastavili zrovna tady. Nikdo nevypadá rozrušeně, ale je jisté, ze autobus má nějaký problém. Oba řidiči jsou pod kapotou se šroubováky a vypadá to, ze přidávají vodu do chladiče. Tohle zabere asi 20 minut, ...
... this thought train, let's return just in time for dinner. D and I went up the hill to a little place called Alto el Fuego. It had been mentioned more than once as the place to go for a real steak. The best part was that, for a steak that would be in the $30 to $50 to who-knows-how-much range in the US, we would only be paying $12. The wine we split, costing another $2.50 each. The cut of choice was ribeye, a punto (medium) for me. D followed suit. ...
... br> I am witnessing nature in layers ,she is so complex so beyond anything we can create in our supposed cleverness ,she beguiles us and reminds us that we are just guests and everything that we create will be destroyed while she lives on beautiful in our man made world of sharp corners and angles and our technology? not even half a blink in her eye.
The Manza River or “Quiet River” is the main tributary that that runs into Tronador lake as we complete ...
... that around El Chaltén. The key difference was that around Bariloche you could hike from hut to hut, while in El Chaltén if you wanted to get further afield you needed to camp. But since we aren't carrying a tent, stove, mats or any other essential camping gear aside from sleeping bags and our trademark hopeful grins, we only got truly back country in Bariloche's Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi and over the course of our 5 days and 3 nights of hiking it ranked even ...