Hotel Los Molles
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Spent most of the day finding out I couldn't do anything or go anywhere given the limitations of public transport and the unavailability of tours, despite being high season!
Did manage to make it feel smoother temporarily, once I opened a bottle of San Rafael wine, a nice 2012 Merlot Syrah for Ģ2. But then I tried to visit some of the in town tourist attractions – don’t bother – just a colonial building ...
After 12 days I had my stitches removed. Please note if you have a choice to get injured in Chile or Argentina choose Argentina cost me $350US for Stitches and XRays in Chile and $20US in Argentina to get removed. South America has left itīs mark on me with a natural rock made tattoo on ...
... to a lovely hotel (due to some of them closing through lack of snow!) and really enjoyed our 1 week stay at Piscis, it was such a treat after hostelling and we ate fantastic food every evening and one night watched a great band called Clover whose specialty was English and American Rock. This was awesome fun with Mike and I singing along to all the tunes ! The hotel also had an in/out pool, half of it outside in the blazing sun which was very cool. I ...
Here another update about our traveling:
Our next destination was Puerto Madryn/Peninsula Valdes. But we tried to keep our journey as interesting as possible. Therefore we continued travelling on the ruta 40, which tood us through some more interesting countryside then the direct way. Ruta 40 was heading towards Mendoza, the most famous wine region of the country. On our way to Mendoza we stopped at a strange Momoment ...
On our second day we set out at 7am to get a bus to Las Lenas. After an hour of driving around the town picking people up we set out on the road for town. Then we stoppped unexpectedly 45km out of town. I thought that the bus had a flat tire. The bus then turned around and headed back into town. The bus driver had forgot someone. In the UK, they would have been left behind regardless of whose fault it was as ...