Los Tres Gomez
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLos Tres Gomez Capilla del Monte
Great location, very colourful and a great backyard. The kitchen is really dirty, lots of food left in fridge due to a non existent record system that we had in other hostels. The breakfast is just bread, tea and coffee, so we bought our own. Duncan is really friendly, they are all pretty sweet people there. I would stay again.
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... seems there are regular sightings and most of the locals seem to believe in the alien hub that is their home. We didn't see anything too suspicious apart from the very odd and hilarious YouTube videos that we watched! For our final day in this enigmatic town we went a bit further beyond the mountain to find some natural springs. We met too obscure men who directed us across rocks and told us to follow them until we see water. We had to hop out once to avoid some wild ...
... and read for a couple of hours.
The next day we hike up to the summit of Cerro Uritorco. We leave early at 9am, early by Argentine standards anyway. Itīs estimated to take 4 hours up and 3 back down. We must be quick because we reach the top by about 11.30am. It was pretty tough though. I have a few flashbacks to the W trek in the Torres del Paine, except itīs hot here! Itīs not a perfect day, itīs overcast and itīs very windy at chilly at ...
... so we bought some supplies and headed back to our cabana...
the next day we ventured in the car to supposedly find the lake and came across los mogates... an area of picnicing, bbq s and a cute river winding through a large rocky outcrop..we had a super walk exploring the area and ended up on another of "Robins climb"s, up the rock face between a crevice over a waterfall and over the river on ...
Generally, Argentina is a little more advanced than everywhere else we'd been in SA and being the second largest city, with a big uni scene, we’d heard the nightlife in Cordoba was pretty good. We managed our expectations a little beforehand of course, I mean we weren’t expecting Manchester standards, but we were game and met some people in our hostel (which was lovely and ...
... each with a few different windows. I thought when we got out of the big city things would be simpler. And I guess they were. Rosario only had a few dozen bus companies and this morning when we went to the bus station at Cordoba to find our way to Mina Clavero there were a mere 20 or so to choose from. Nearly all the busses are double decker with seats that recline quite nicely (cama and semi-cama), and they have on board toilets. Forget ...