Hotel Potrero de los Funes

Ruta 18 Km 16, San Luis, Province of San Luis, Cuyo, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Ruta 18 Km 16, San Luis.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Potrero de los Funes San Luis

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from San Luis

    One night in San Luis, Argentina

    A travel blog entry by 5-crazy-people on Jul 08, 2011

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    Our desire has been to encourage Christians where ever we find them. And we found out that a friend that we knew in 2003 in Argentina and her husband, as well as her brother, are in San Luis beginning a work for God. (San Luis is 11 hours from Buenos Aires, on the way to Santiago, Chile.) So we made a stopover to encourage them and to have a Bible study. It was a great time of encouragement for all of ...

    The Mystery of the Flat Frogs of Balde

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Mar 02, 2011

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    Okay, if you are squeamish, just skip over this part.

    In a town that boasts a thermal hot springs running under it, it is not surprising that there is a bit of extra water. Where you find water and warmth you can often find frogs and toads, among other things. The toads of Balde – called Spago in Argentine – seem to have proliferated. You see them mostly at night – hopping about the streets and around the grassy areas that line ...

    The healing waters of Balde

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Mar 02, 2011

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    ... t this good in Buenos (*******) Aires!

    Did I mention our room yet? This hotel (billed as a spa/resort) has probably 20 rooms, some which rent by the hour (no, not like that), with two big beautiful pools (indoor and out) that are filled with thermal waters from a local spring. We can’t seem to find out much about the spring – but like the water in Rio Mina Clavero and Rio Parana, no one seems to have died yet.


    Unexpected visit to San Luis

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Feb 27, 2011

    ... bars) or the sparking electrical plugs. The best part of it all was a very sound sleep thanks to the travelers little helper – Ambien. I shouldn’t forget to add that Plaza Pringles is a nice plaza. Yes, that’s right, an Argentine plaza named after a can of potato chips.

    So, here we are at the bus station (aaarrrghhhh) in San Luis waiting for a bus to Balde (pronounced Valde) – we have confirmation (thanks to ...

    Rain, San Luis, Freezing, El Volcan

    A travel blog entry by nomad143 on May 24, 2010


    ... Anyway, I went into this tiny little stand on the side of the road and encountered the nicest old woman i have ever met. I ordered a churro, and it was absolutely fantastic. It was a churro, filled with dulce de leche and rolled in sugar, and it was piping hot. I got to talking with the women running the stand, and she eventually not only let me use her bathroom, but invited me into her ...