Hotel Pircas Negras

Address: Villa Union, La Rioja, Province of La Rioja, Cuyo, Argentina | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Villa Union, La Rioja.
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    Travel Blogs from La Rioja

    Jurassic park

    A travel blog entry by patuzeltje on Mar 24, 2015

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    De route naar Villa Union gaat via de beroemde Talampaya Canyon: de reden voor ons aangepaste plan en we hebben hoge verwachtingen.

    Na ruim twee uur rijden komen we eindelijk aan in het uitgestrekte beschermde natuurpark.

    Het park is een enorme wijdse pampas vlakte, de canyons zijn vanaf de weg niet te zien. We zien ezels, enorme …

    Ostrich killer

    A travel blog entry by steveandange on Jan 24, 2015

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    Our next destination was Cafayate, famous for its wine. The journey there was an unexpected delight as we drove through a huge canyon with masses of variation in its geological formations. There seemed to be another new type of rock every mile with the colours changing all the time. Now we knew why there'd been so many tour coaches earlier on at the garage. We stopped off at two of the main attractions, the first a tall gaping crevice in the side of the canyon and ...

    Better Than Some

    A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Jun 15, 2014

    3 comments

    ... electronic - was loud and thumped against your ears like any combination of two bad things. At first when I felt the hand in my front right pocket, I thought it was someone too close in an already crowded place. Then there was the feeling touch between my wallet and my leg. I dropped the fernet and brought my right elbow back low and fast and ************nected and the hand was gone and I put another elbow back. The crowd was tight and before I could turn around ...

    Mountain High, Valley Dry

    A travel blog entry by colin on Nov 16, 2011

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    ... river was almost non-existence when I visited, but you get that in the dry season. There were a few tour groups of Argentines wandering around, but they had gone by late afternoon and the town became very quiet and peaceful for siesta.

    I liked it in Humahuaca, the tranquility, the narrow cobblestone streets, and the scenery. The amount of rubbish around was shameful though. But apart from that it was a nice place to be. In the afternoon I went for a ...

    Ryan and Ivana's Wedding Day

    A travel blog entry by sherrivilano on Apr 29, 2011

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    ... before heading to Margaritas for the reception.

    We arrive in time to catch the civil ceremony in the gazebo. Argentina doesn't’t recognize church weddings as legal so you must also have a civil ceremony to legalize your vows and only Argentines can witness it (sign the papers anyhow). Formalities over, everyone gathers outside where a variety of appetizers are available. Empanadas, olives, and a variety of ...