Hotel Pukarainca

Address: ruta nacional 149 km 14, Uspallata, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, 5545, Argentina | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on ruta nacional 149 km 14, Uspallata, is near The Way of 365 Curves, Norton Winery, Villavicencio Spa, and Argentina Alive (Aguirre).
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    Travel Blogs from Uspallata

    White Cop Shoots Black Man

    A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Apr 22, 2015

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    ... seems to be a constant form, called the whirlpool, but it functions for the very reason that no water stays in it. The very molecules and atoms of the water are also “whirlpools” – patterns of motion containing no constant and irreducible “stuff.” Every person is the form taken by a stream – a marvelous torrent of milk, water, bread, beefsteak, fruit, vegetables, air, light, radiation -– all of which ...

    Dipping Our Toes in the Lujan de Cuyo

    A travel blog entry by wineusers on Feb 11, 2015

    7 photos

    ... caves and which overlooked hundreds of barrels. We tasted five stellar wines, discussing each in great detail. Afterwards, a trip around the property offered several photo opps. Interesting to note they have gravel under all barrels in their caves. Twice daily they soak the gravel which helps to keep cave humidity higher. Understanding Mendoza is a desert, this makes sense.

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    How suite it is

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Jan 13, 2015

    1 comment

    Usually when I travel, I tend to avoid buses for long distances, preferring instead to take trains whenever possible. Unfortunately for me, the main mode of long-distance transport is coach, and Argentina is a very large country. There really was nothing for it but to get over myself and buy a ticket. Last night was to be the first of several such trips, and I didn't realize how nervous I was until I got to the station. The afternoon had been spent walking around ...

    Chile-Argentina-Brazil Shenanigans

    A travel blog entry by hughandjen on Nov 02, 2014

    11 photos

    ... s family crypt which is more understated than you'd think. We then headed to Puerto Iguazu to visit Iguazu falls. This wasn't initially in our plan but after speaking to lots of different people every single one highly recommended to go so we listened to the masses and were soon on the 20 hour bus journey! This wasn't so bad as we (slightly) splashed out and bought the cama seats where they provide marginally better food but also wine, whisky and beer! As soon as ...

    Horse Trekking :)

    A travel blog entry by emmaspiers on Aug 20, 2013

    6 photos

    ... terrified of horses and all but never the less bit the bullet and somehow managed a full day of horse trekking on a massive caramel coloured horse called bibota (big baby). Bibota would not do anything I asked of it, no matter how much I talked to it and patted it, no way. It did however walk very very very slowly and was happy enough to plod along after the others which was more than ok with me. ...