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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... cause the Argentinian peso is fluctuating too much and they want dollars. Going to the bank would give you 6 pesos to the dollar, going here gives you 8,6 pesos to the dollar. It fluctuate so much that last week we would have gotten 9,5 pesos to the dollar. But all in all we all saved money this way. After that some of us left our laundry, before going to a restaurant to get snack and beer. We ordered in to big plates, made for four each, filled ...
... the entire length of the village which must be about 3kmīs sprawled out along the side of Lake Traful, until we eventually found a small tourist information office that could point us in the direction of one of 2 options for us to stay that evening, both of which were a bit more than hostel style budget! The village itself is very cute, lots of green and trees with the odd wooden chalet building mixed in. We went for a walk ...
... the fish and the steak- amazing! We cleaned both plates. We were treated to a drink of the homemade house-liqueur: mint herbs liquor. It was sweet and minty (just the right combination, with a little bitterness from the herbs) and it both cleansed the palate, while also hugging the stomach from the inside. We had sat down to eat at nine and it was already eleven thirty, so we headed back to the room, tired from such a stimulating day, but giddy with excitement for the ...
... more blue than at home - POSTCARD WORLD)
In the late afternoon we arrived at Villa La Angostura and had lunch at one of the local restaurants, ordering trout - a local specialty since this is one of the trout capitals of the world. Then we set out to find somewhere to stay for the night - we wanted to be close to the lake and got a room at a small house called Ruca Ma Hosteria. It was owned by a middle-aged woman and had only four bedrooms. We had a lake view and it ...
... that anyone could be that inconsiderate in the midst of the deep deep countryside but I guess there are chavs everywhere. Extraordinary that city people would travel so far into the wilderness to act like…well…city people. Next morning we had had enough and decided to get back to plan A which was to head south on the Ruta de la Siete Lagos.