Hotel & Spa Termas Cacheuta
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Oggi qui è la festa della mamma! Ci sembra di capire che si tratta di una festa molto sentita: tutte le vetrine dei negozi sono addobbate e si vendono fiori e cioccolatini ovunque! Noi ci concediamo una giornata di benessere e relax alle famose terme di Cacheuta, a ca 50km dalla città. Arriviamo al terminal del bus alle 10.25, giusto in …
... s many curves. We also passed Termas Villavicencio an old Hotel were in the past the rich people came for a natural bath. It was a really nice day with great mountains and a lot of nice flora and fauna with a beautiful sun down. We finished it with a good dinner at a Mexican restaurant back in Mendoza. In the evening we had some heavy rain falls with big hail like in the size of our old Dutch "kwartje". But that was fine as the temperature drops quickly in this way. ...
... Aussie, Jules, in transit - we seem to be like a rolling snowball sometimes!) where we rented bikes and spent the day cruising around the wineries and a cerveza (beer) house, trying their wares and enjoying the warm weather. Unfortunately though, Maip¨ has a regular, strong wind that rolls into the town off the Andes and kicks up a little sandstorm; that coupled with the fact that Maip˙ isn't a particularly pretty town (lots of ...
... across the best hostel on our trip. After a day of washing, shopping, booking bus tickets and chilling outside on the warm roof terrace we got to cook dinner and enjoy some free red wine. The hostel had lots of activities and tonight's was an empanada making course for $20 pesos - bargain. This lovely old Spanish lady taught us how to make the mince filling and the dough. Over here they are able to buy pre-made circles of the pasty to use but she ...
The border crossing took 90 minutes - for no reason. Efficiency was not the watch-word for our Argentine friends on border control. On the plus side, the bio-security regulations meant that a fellow passenger had to give up her supplies of fresh fruit, so I greedily snaffled a very tasty peach.
On our way again, the Argentine side of the Andes was a true marvel: a lunar landscape in parts; grey rocks, large peaks and broad valleys, bone-dry river basins ...