- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Today was such an adventure and I had so much fun in La Cumbrecita!! La Cumbrecita is a small village founded as a town in 1940 by German Immigrants, located in the hidden place of the Sierra Grandes. Since July 9, 1996, it is not allowed the entry of vehicles to the downtown area, and the whole town is considered as an area of environmental protection. I went to La Cumbrecita with 5 other volunteers, Harriet (London), Devilin (London), ...
New York, NY (Top40 Charts) The France-based solo artist Styx Growler has released his debut solo EP record, titled, "Let's Growl."
The album is comprised of six original tracks for an approximate total of 25 minutes' worth of listening, making for a comprehensive extended-play debut. Growler's record is ostensibly pop, entirely danceable, absolutely maniacal music. Coming from left field at every turn, Growler's first offering is endlessly fun, delightfully irreverent, ...
... the right direction when we got there so we had a few confusing conversations and wandered up and down the street a couple of times before we spoke to another friendly soul and eventually found our way to a trail head. Found a river-side spot perfect for lunch and a quick dip (Catz & Russ: this brought back memories of a dip during Toby's prat ice run in Wales except the season was much more appropriate!!). We also managed to get on horses again as well. This was a much more ...
And so off I headed to the town of Mina Clavero, only 3 hours from Córdoba and set amidst mountain ranges and rivers. A popular tourist town, I soon learnt that it also strictly adhered to the argentine siesta hours of 1.30pm - 5pm. I arrived smack in the middle of this when there was nothing open and noone on the streets to ask directions from. This wouldn't necessarily have been a problem had I not also forgotten to pre-load the ...
... refused to go near the stuff.
Pushing and pulling, they managed to manuever the recalcitrant animals around the puddle, remount, and continue the race. But man that's gotta suck.
Then Ignacio invited us to the cafe at the hotel that night for a performance...a true Argentinean folk singing, where we could participate--sing and clap and really get into it---I was excited. 10:30, they said. So at 10:00 you-know-who says let's go eat. ...