- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Posada Aymara La Falda
Travel Blogs from La Falda
... chap who told me the others were out on the ranch collecting cattle and they’d be back soon. About 15 minutes later, 4 people arrived on horses, 2 of which were other travellers staying at the hostel. Me and the guy started chatting and I had a distinct feeling we had met, but I didn’t recognise him, then his wife came over and recognised her face, but could place it. After chatting with Claire and Phil for a few minutes we had figured out we ...
... fact that she was cutting off circulation in half of my body) just to rest a third of her body (she'd be charged for two seats on American airlines!)....and then followed this with pulling her top down (clearly missed lessons on discretion), taking out her ENTIRE boob (which was literally bigger than my head) and shoving it in her child's face...even though it wasn't that bothered!!! As if this wasn't uncomfortable enough, the child decided it wanted to stare at ...
... known cities of Carlos Paz and La Cumbre, La Falda gets lost. There probably aren't more than a handful of North Americans a year come here--and those probably by mistake.
But it's a mistake worth making. La Falda is a lovely, clean, flower be-decked village that is really very pleasant. A far cry from sweltering Cordoba, La Falda sits on the edge of the foothills and just looks pretty.
... turn into a club until 1 AM. It closes at 10 AM. These clubs go all night here. I only made it until 3 AM. It
wasn't a wild club, but it was fun. It was called Maria Maria and probably fit 150 people.It was the first time I partied on this trip. One of the strange things about this night was that they drink an alcoholic beverage that is pretty much like cough syrup. It's real popular here and doesn't taste so well. ...
... yes who happened to be staying in the same hostel as us, none other than Dom!) for our day trip horse riding. It was hilarious!! We went out of the city to a farm run by our guide Marcello and his family. Marcello was the best guide we’ve had so far on the trip, he was full of tales from his time working the Polo scene in St Albans of all places and helped us all with the horses and in my opinion made the day a great experience! ...