Hotel Rio Grande

Ruta 40 Norte s/n, Malargue, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ruta 40 Norte s/n, Malargue.
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Travel Blogs from Malargue

Again Ruta 40

A travel blog entry by vogels-viajando on Mar 30, 2012

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In the morning we met Juanjo again on the road and we decided to ride the day together. First on a paved ruta 40, then on a section, where the map stated "ruta en muy mal estado" (road in very bad condition). It was. We arrived quite late in Malargue and decided to stay there overnight. Juanjo with his tight schedule moved on: Suerte!
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Malargue - Caving and Skiing

A travel blog entry by wheresktandmatt on Jul 20, 2011

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... After lunch they took us for a walk to a waterfall. The waterfall was, well frankly not very impressive, but it was never going to be in a desert. However, the fossils that were scattered around were. And all the rocks smelled of oil/petrol, which i thought was pretty amazing.



Meanwhile, Irish was back at the restaurant, debating the use of the local toilet. As we all load onto the bus, Irish makes a run for the toilet. He returned a ...

Another good day

A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Apr 05, 2011

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... not only boiled and soaked with sweat but I was also exhausted. Lucky for me I found Jim in the rescue truck just the other side of town and so I followed him to the City Hotel where we were staying.................or at least some of us were!! This place was a hole and most chose to stay at the other hotel but so long as I got a shower and food and a bed I simply did not care. Lucky for me I got my own room and later we all went into town for dinner and then it ...

El Finale

A travel blog entry by sanza on Jan 25, 2011

1 comment

... any of those that have seen motorbike dairies, we look just as comical with our mountain of stuff. The only difference is that unlike Che and his mate we are two Gringos which the locals find hilarious.

After covering over 3000km to find a bike that was being sold the guy selling it pulled out of the deal and left us high and dry. We decided not to head to patagonia due to wind and rain (which we got anyway) and hit a ...

Day 19

A travel blog entry by fbenz on Jan 18, 2011

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... til 9:45 to hitch a ride and if no one showed up, we'd camp out and deal with it in the morning. Within about 5 minutes we saw lights approaching. We flagged the driver down and he agreed to take Claudio and the rear wheel (along with the rest of Claudio's gear) to Bardas Blancas. I would follow on my bike.

I'm not sure who had the more harrowing ride to Bardas Blancas. For my part I spent the next hour and 20 minutes riding the 77 KM under a full moon ...