Hotel Luna Serrana
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Capilla del Monte
... vibe, brightly and psychedelic painted walls, huge ceilings in the bedrooms and a fab location! Duncan greets us, often distracted as he is so friendly, things eventually get done.
CDM reminds me of what Byron Bay may have been 50 years ago. Everyone is smiling, there's a mix of people, stray dogs, and one in particular who follows Clancy and I. The sun is shining, it's warm and yes, there's hippys!!!
Everything is closed from 2 to 5, its like ...
... in his hands. The massage was a pressure point massage mostly on the neck, back and arms. The most unusual sensation was at the end of the massage he did something to my stomach which felt like ´´a thing´´ was literally pulled out of it...? Hard to describe. But it felt like negative energy or something ´´bad´´ was removed from my guts - I could feel it!! I then had to go to the toilet like 4 times that day!! Weird, (sorry to mention that here) but ...
... We managed to find a nice street that had some nice places to eat, so grabbed a pizza for lunch. The main square and plaza were nice, with some colonial style buildings and statues. Walking for a few hours we started to feel the effects of the scorching sun and the heat was immense, so we decided to go back to the hostel to get out of the blaze. Not long after, clouds blanketed the sky and we were hit by a huge ...
... HUGE steak, thicker than I've ever had, but so tender and delicious. Two of us split a 500g steak, and we had gorgeous fries and pumpkin (possibly one of my favourite things) on the side. I was satisfied. Despite my plans for an early night, my new friends instisted that I accompany them to a house party. Even further away, deep in Palermo. Sigh. I think it was an anniversary of their first party in B.A. Most people knew each other well, so I was constantly being asked ...
... fun and a fantastic experience. Argentines have a reputation for being the most football nuts people in the world, so a match is a must-do. Loved it.
Mar del Plata photos are here.
After that, it was another night bus back to BA, a three-hour wait at the bus station there (Dull As Hell), then a ten-hour journey to Cordoba, which is where I am now. So far, I have taken some Spanish lessons (the past tense is finally coming together in my head) ...