Hosteria La Posta del Cazador
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from San Martin de los Andes
San Martin sits on Lake Lacar in a forested valley with sweeping mountain views including several snow-capped peaks. It’s a lovely alpine style ski village with every other shop being a ski/hiking clothes shop alternating with artisan chocolate shops. During the peak ski season and high super it is incredibly busy but we were here low season so it was pretty quiet. We were planning to go hiking into the national park but we had to park that ...
... boat ride we hiked back to the camp site got the little boat again and spent the evening relaxing in the sunlight. Sunset wasn’t until after 8.30pm and we lit a fire, enjoyed a bottle of red wine and ate some tuna tomato pasta. It was a really nice evening with beautiful scenery all round. We headed to out tent about 10am and went to bed ready for a day of hiking.During the night the rain came in and we awoke to the full fury of the ...
... fought in the French resistance in WWII and a Japanese contingent composed of a grandson of Admiral Yamamoto of the Japanese imperial Navy during WWII--he was on a hunting expedition and proudly showed us the arsenal he had in the trunk of his car. As you might imagine, this was a very interesting holiday with some pretty special memories. My mom and dad really got along well with the Kuhlmans and I got ...
... we arrived to book their last room. We were given
directions to another one that MIGHT have space and allow dogs. We called a
dozen other places in the meantime. Then resigned to investigate this other
place. It seemed we had just missed the last double room in this hosteria as
well. However, they did have a suite that could accompany five people. Joaquin
and I talked it over, and ended up taking it.
... of the native bush flowers called Amancay and also the 'Rosa Mosqueta' is in flower. The people of the Andes have long used the rose hip oil from these plants for healing purposes and many creams and oils are still made and sold here.
We had a wonderful time relaxing and having picnics in idyllic spots on shady river banks. We bought 2 folding chairs, a ...