Hotel & Spa Termas Cacheuta

Ruta Prov 82, Km 38, Lujan de Cuyo, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ruta Prov 82, Km 38, Lujan de Cuyo, is near Parque Provincial Aconcagua, Puente del Inca (Inca's Bridge), Ischigualasto, and El Dique de Ullum.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel & Spa Termas Cacheuta Lujan de Cuyo

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    Travel Blogs from Lujan de Cuyo


    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Jun 21, 2014

    28 photos

    ... see why it can be closed for days after heavy snow.

    Just after the "Welcome to Argentina" sign there was the “Las Malvinas son Argentinas” sign, just to make us Brits feel really comfortable!

    One of the mountains seen in the distance must have been Aconcagua, highest mountain in the world outside of the Himalayas.

    After a slow pass through Argentina’s ...

    Delightful Mendoza

    A travel blog entry by burke1961 on Mar 22, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... blessed with magnificent weather. Its people, the Mendocinos, seem lighthearted and carefree and they certainly love their siesta (all shops shut between 2 and 5).

    Mendoza was totally levelled by an earthquake in 1861. The authorities anticipating (somewhat pessimistically) another big earthquake rebuilt the city with very wide avenues (for the rubble to fall into) low rise buildings and spacious plazas (to use as evacuation points). I was ...

    Mendoza, Argentina 9th Feb - 13th Feb

    A travel blog entry by fae-neilvsworld on Feb 09, 2014

    6 photos

    ... where its made and the vats were the size of swimming pools!

    We also visited a olive farm and learned the processes for how different olive oils are made. It was a very old family business that still used the classic method for oil extraction - a GIANT pestle and mortar style grinder. They also used modern machinery as well, but it was good to see the old method hadn't died out!

    Extra Virgin - The olives must ...

    Wining and dining in Mendoza

    A travel blog entry by bellashauna on Dec 16, 2013

    16 photos

    ... city officials rebuilt the city with lots of open air public evacuation points. Some have Spanish tiles, most have fountains. All have young people lounging on the grass at all times of the day and warm night. The next day I paid for a massage because the pain in my neck was so bad. The lady was very sweet and helpful and invited me to return that night to stretch, which I did. That night a friend I met in La Paz sent me a message and we went to dinner. Devin used ...

    Lujan de Cuyo and Blending Lab

    A travel blog entry by woody0198 on Dec 07, 2013

    ... of ice cold Heineken and had ceviche mixto with white fish and octopus. I wasn't a fan, but Carrie gobbled up the octopus. The Panamanians have the market cornered on top notch ceviche I'm convinced- even the cheap places. Anyhow, lunch plate was "lobo" (sirloin) fried with potatoes and 1/2 tomato and some rice. Greasy, good, and excellent vehicles for the hot sauce. We hit Vines of Mendoza just in time for our pre-booked Blending Lab. They rolled out the red carpet for us! ...

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