TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Edelweiss Villa General Belgrano
Travel Blogs from Villa General Belgrano
Once I got the German boys to shut off their awful jazz and
rap music was able to sleep as well as the cheap saggy mattress allowed – the blackout
Didn’t have a great deal of success trying to see the Manzana,
the Jesuit complex, as the minimum was 2 people. Headed off to hunt down a book
exchange but no luck their either and was foiled by the art museum – gave up
and headed to the super to ...
A longer and more comfortable 22-hour bus ride to Argentina's 2nd largest city, Cordoba is known for its colonial buildings and churches. There wasn’t much to do here so I left a day early and headed down to Mendoza for a much needed glass of wine.
... old cars reminded me of when I was a child, Grandma and Grandad had an old car on the front lawn that didn't go and we used it to play in. I believe years later it was taken away and done up as a vintage car.
Gloria has an old Pugeot that I said we should have had in the rally.
There are no traffic lights in the main street of Villa General Belgrano, but to keep the traffic flowing they have ...
Ok so Friday last week was the last day for sexto. So in class we done nothing but rip up the kids work they dont need and put it into boxes, in the first break they started a waterfight so from then on I was wet!!(9am)My dean and another dean came upto me with a present and they gave me a map of Argentina and it had all the provinces on it! We left 1 class early and we went into the street where everyone had big bottles of water or small one and ...
... is different to what we are used to as a lot of preparation and care is taken over the fire that burns below the meat. It is a real art, ensuring that the meat is cooked slowly and to perfection. We sampled Chorizo, Lomo, and a couple of other beef treats. Delicious! Fede´s Dad is a master on the BBQ so Nico spent the night taking lessons on the practice and has sworn to install one of these BBQ´s when we return to NZ!
The next day ...