Hotel Refugio Del Inca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... by the exquisite decoration and architectural splendour of the churches we have seen in South America - but not surprised, as this is a Catholic dominated continent). There are also a few museums and the one to catch our attention was the High Altitude Museum. Here visited several rooms displaying the recent mountaineering and scientific endeavours that have uncovered ruins from the Inca period along with the ...
The Canadian Girl Inside the hotel it was cool and low lit. The wood of the four large tables was glossy and worn. In the centre of the room was a billiards table and there was a long bar against one wall. From the bar through the glass doors opposite one could see the swimming pool and, across a grassy field, the ten smaller buildings, which were the hotel rooms, which were set in a semi circle around the main building. ...
... the Gods in wrath , lying angry in the ground seething in black slate.
Further on the real show starts,as the wind ,playing sculptor over tens of millions of years has played with the mountains as a child might play with Plasticine,eroding the sediment into fantastical shapes.Grand organ pipes explode from the ground bullying over the orchestra as it readies itself for performance.Giant holes big enough to fly through channel the wind ...
... of Humahuaca. I (Caz) had my first taste of Argentinian empanadas and preferred them to the ones in Chile, they are a mini version so you can have four with different fillings, rather than just one massive one like they have in Chile. But when all said and done, they're just the South American version of pasties! Dan had steak again. He has been looking forward to the steak in Argentina for months and has successfully overdosed on the red meat. On our first ...
... We had dinner in one of them and it was the best meal I have had so far on our journey. A glass of champagne to start ( on the house), bread and some kind of herb and garlic dip, beef in a red wine sauce with creamed spinach, peas and little potatoes. Peach Melba to finish. A very smooth Malbec completed the meal. Linen tablecloths and napkins, a very attentive waiter and a total cost of AU ...