Hotel Solar de la Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... broken pliers, bolts, nuts, etc. In the afternoon we took an 11 pence bus ride out to a suburb in the hills called San Lorenzo. Obviously well out of tourist season, the place was deserted, with a half dozen nice looking restaurants vying for the business of as many customers. At the edge of the town sat a large forested nature reserve, expanding up into the hills above. With limited daylight remaining we had a quick explore, climbing up ...
... of wine in Argentina. The place where the Malbec i made. Getting in the cab to the bus station I was finally able to make conversation unlike the time I arrived in the city. Then there was a buzzling bus station. For European standards it can be compared to one of those small airports. It seemed like a gazillion gates and people with large amount of bags were crossing the two decked large building greeting people as seeing people off. Seeing this always gets me ...
... treats from England (mainly chocolate, magazines and make-up) and hear what they had been up to.
Pucon was a great little town, like a sleepy Swiss alpine town, with the surrounding volcanoes and mountains framed at the end of each street. We celebrated Easter here, complete with Marks and Spencer's hot cross buns I’d brought back with me. After two nights back sleeping in a cold tent, I was ready for Santiago.
Santiago did not capture my ...
... seats. We were graced
with "The Last Stand," Arnold Schwarzenegger's latest action flick to
keep us entertained.
Our connecting bus the next night in Resistencia was "La Veloz del
Norte," where we had a 'cama' seat downstairs, right next to the air
conditioning motor, that sounded like a 747 jet, all night, not to
mention it was pouring rain outside, and the bus was leaking
... done this tour repeatedly for the last 2 1/2 years. Unfortunately we had to change guides when we left Bolivia due to bureaucratic red tape and our guide for Argentina does not impress Josh or I in any way at all. Salta is a smaller version of Mendoza and easy to explore on foot. Josh & I explored a few museums and galleries and made sure we took a different route back to the hotel each day to find different little areas. In all honesty we ...