Hotel Las Lajas
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Villa Carlos Paz
... rain for the race to begin again.
We were luckily, situated right under the shade of a tree and werent moving, or giving up up our spot for anyone. We were over waiting, and just when we contemplated walking home, the safety cars started coming around the corners cleaning up the stragglers from the dangerous sidelines. Our spot was perfect particularly because the drivers were really pushing the cars this time around. It made for great pictures and really exciting ...
... in the evenings, again discussing all manner of things, and I was happy with the amount I was understanding and able to convey, no doubt it poor Spanish, but when I first arrived in Argentina I really struggled to understand the people, as it’s a very distinct accent and different sounds from Northern parts of South America.
The weather finally broke and we had the opportunity to mount the horses and go rounding up cattle. The area of the ranch was ...
... other conflicts. The descriptions are solely in spanish. Cost: 75 Pesos per person. Deal for 80 pesos which include two other lesser known museums in the area. Estancia (Alta Grande): An interesting look at the massive estancias that the jesuits ran in this area. While the bit you see is just the main working house it still give you an interesting insight to how life was. There are summary cards in english to help. Cost: 10 pesos per person Jesus ...
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Shock of shock, I have actually been cooking and enjoying it. I think when you are not working and have time makes a huge difference. Agus, having spend 12 months in NZ, is partial to a roast and apple crumble is a definate favourite.
Now I am off to Villa General Belgrano, and the day to day life there is different again.
To be continued.
... It has some really old churches, Jesuit stuff and in places more character than Mendoza. I soon realised I was pining for something that wasn't a city though. You can have enough of the hussle & bussle, polution, people, museums, cafés, etc.
I also found that as I'd pretty much hidden away for two weeks, I needed to ease back into the travel experience. I had a similar feeling when I arrived in Bogotá (Colombia). I needed ...
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