La Raclette Hosteria y Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... walk around town in a rare dry hour and I got my hair mangled by a local hairdresser who charged me more than anyone else on the whole trip. Luckily Zoe managed to sort it out so I look at least respectable. San Martin is a lovely place but it was just a shame the weather got the better of us as it would be a great place in the sun. Tomorrow we take the 7 lakes route to Bariloche, it’s supposed to be spectacular so hopefully the weather ...
... you'd expect from a grandparent living in a cold climate. Doilies, teapot cosies, fire place, ornamental spoons, you name it. It was a perfect place for us to hang low for a couple of days, adjusting to the cold and doing some writing. The only problem was Mario. Everything about his manner suggested he really didn't want us there (why then he pulled over to invite us to his place, I have no idea). The only time he was half ...
... vastness of this national park. Thinking it is a simple day trip. After 2 hours in the car, with many of it spent in 1st and 2nd gear, we decided to spend the night camping. We found a windy black sand beach to camp along with a bold blue lake encircled by high peaks. Setting up the tent was an adventure in itself, but the sheer majesty of the campsite made it worth it. We ended up staying two nights. Returning again to our lonely restaurant in the ...
In San Martin de Los Andes, the sun was shining. However, the forecast was still predicting three days of rain, rain, rain. Ben, Dora and I began to plan our escape. Checking all of the weather forecasts in the wider area and studying the map, we picked on the nearest place that could offer unbroken sunshine and 30-degree heat: Neuquen. This was a sizeable desert town, 400 km to the northeast, which ...
... hill all the way to town. when we finally got to the bottom, my hands were tired from holding the brakes for so long. We past alot of pretty houses similar to what you'd see in Switzerland because it snows here in winter and they have lots of wood for building houses. This whole area is surrounded by national park and native forrests. When we finally got back, we were all pretty tired so we had an ice-cream or helados in Spanish which was delicious and mum and ...