Hotel Regidor San Luis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
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... sort to Nepal. The countryside to the north of San Luis is all deserts with scrub, canyons, escarpments and nothingness. It’s the most remote national park in Argentina and is really hard to get to. There is supposedly one bus out that way per day and our hostel could tell us when it went but no-one could agree if it came back or at what time and given there is no shelter out there from the scorching sun we decided ...
... candies, cookies and potato chips, and we drank coke, milk and orange
juice . When we arrived at “La serrana” we met the teachers of the campsite, we
walked around the park and put our things in the ...
On the day of the departure we had to wake up early. We had some brakfast and then we left. During the journey, we saw a few movies. Some hours later, we stopped to buy some food and drinks. The journey was so long that it was boring at some point. When we arrived at school, it was late at night; a lot of parents were outside the school. After that, when we got off the bus, we started to scream and shout in the school hall. We had a great time! ...
That day we went rappeling. We were divided into groups of girls and boys. When we arrived there, we were so nervous. It was scary because of the height. When we finished doing that, the bus took us to the city to buy some things for our families. After that, we went for something to eat. When we arrived at the campsite, we ate and then it was the time of the campfire. Later on, during the campfire, we played a game that involved hugs. A few of us cried because it was so beautiful. ...
We had to get up early because we were going to walk to a place. When we were walking, we had to stop and take out our shoes, because we were going to go across a stream. When we arrived at that place we split up into different groups. During the activities, Emiliano, our "preceptor", took a lot of photos. We ate there and then we had to return on foot. At night we played some ...