Quintana Hotel

Av. Pte. Arturo Illia 546, San Luis, Province of San Luis, Cuyo, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Av. Pte. Arturo Illia 546, San Luis.
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    Travel Blogs from San Luis

    One night in San Luis, Argentina

    A travel blog entry by 5-crazy-people on Jul 08, 2011

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    Our desire has been to encourage Christians where ever we find them. And we found out that a friend that we knew in 2003 in Argentina and her husband, as well as her brother, are in San Luis beginning a work for God. (San Luis is 11 hours from Buenos Aires, on the way to Santiago, Chile.) So we made a stopover to encourage them and to have a Bible study. It was a great time of encouragement for all of ...

    The Mystery of the Flat Frogs of Balde

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Mar 02, 2011

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    ... the lights of an oncoming vehicle. They rush out and throw themselves under the tires. Why are they committing suicide in such outlandish numbers? Boredom, and tragically, they feel they will never get the same opportunities as their big city cousins.

    A strange force of nature. Like the townfolk in southern Arizona that are drawn by some unknown force to drive into the hills to find spaceships, these South American toads are pulled under the bus ...

    The healing waters of Balde

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Mar 02, 2011

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    ... city, and wine region, of Mendoza just in time for their annual Wine Harvest Celebration. Yes, we have reservations.

    There should be much more to say about Balde - but I think you have to experience to understand it's appeal. i would not be surprised that in ten years this place is the hopping next hot spot. Get in on the ground floor now.

    There is also a side project that I am working on. The Mystery of the Flat Frogs of ...

    Unexpected visit to San Luis

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Feb 27, 2011

    ... is obvious – spontaneity, no commitments, being able to change direction on the advice of a local or a change in the weather. The downside is equally obvious. You may, and probably will, spend a few days during your trip trapped between where you are and where you want to be.

    What I learned on my summer vacation:

    Don’t travel on the weekend: Come on, Cara, you know better than to try to travel on a Sunday – whatz ...

    Rain, San Luis, Freezing, El Volcan

    A travel blog entry by nomad143 on May 24, 2010


    I made it to San Luis. There is only one hostel here, called the San Luis Hostel. My plan had been to head out into the country for some exploring and hiking, but it was raining buckets, so that plan was out. It seems like a nice town, although there isn't much to see other than the usual plaza, church and building or two. I decided, for some inane reason, to head to El Volcan.
    El Volcan is ...