Hotel La Cumbrecita
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Today was such an adventure and I had so much fun in La Cumbrecita!! La Cumbrecita is a small village founded as a town in 1940 by German Immigrants, located in the hidden place of the Sierra Grandes. Since July 9, 1996, it is not allowed the entry of vehicles to the downtown area, and the whole town is considered as an area of environmental protection. I went to La Cumbrecita with 5 other volunteers, Harriet (London), Devilin (London), ...
... Once back in VGB, we booked the bus back to Cordoba for 8.30pm, so we could go out and find some German beer and food. A Brazilian man joined us, who we had met on the bus journey there, and we spent the next hour trying to find somewhere that was open and selling the German stuff we had come here to find. We reached the far end of town before we came across what seemed to be the only place in town that did have some German items on the menu … and German beer ...
... America, things happen when they get round to it, and not when itīs scheduled.
Anyway, I have to admit falling in love with Argentina almost immediately. For starters it feels about ten times more developed and prosperous than either Bolivia or northern Chile! Overall living standards are far better. After roughing it for weeks at high altitude, Salta was a gem oasis to discover.
Making a mental note not to mention the F word in Argentina (no not that F word, ...
Today was a day of transition. For the first time in more than two weeks, we headed east instead of north leaving the Andes behind as we headed east from the city and province of Mendoza to the province of Cordoba. The change of direction marked the entry into the final stage of our journey. Believe it or not we have only one week left before we return to San Francisco.
We started by riding past vineyards and small ...
... a lot more from Cordoba. After discovering on our first day that nothing was going on in terms on nightlife (or daylife for that matter), we searched for something to do on our second day that would make our stay a bit more entertaining. We found this in the form of go-karting which was amazing. After receiving our adrenalin rush from the 30 laps of the track we went for a spot ...