Sol Arrayan Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Sol Arrayan Hotel & Spa Villa La Angostura
Travel Blogs from Villa La Angostura
... get moving, especially as i still wasn't 100% and i figured i could recover on the overnight bus and not lose another day. I went for a quick shop in the morning and bought up some chocolate and discount easter eggs and had a small iceceam from the best looking ice crream shop i have ever been to. Despite the fact i wasn't well i felt this was something i needed to do and it was definately worth feeling sick again later as it was the best icecream i have ever eaten!!! :)
... check - the Bad Elf works connected to the Ipad. The NavFree app on the phone also works. Ready to roll! Apparently Argentina doesn't wake up very early! We don't know whether this is all the time or just today. Looking for a coffee stop, we found a good one at 10.00 but it didn't open til 11.00. Bit of a bind that as it was set high up with a spectacular view over the lake. However we pushed on (giving the truck a trial on dust ...
... village, all buildings made with wood and stone. It's really beautiful and full of...chocolate shops, restaurants," parrrrrixxxas " or restaurants specialized in grilled meat and fish, fishing stores and ahumaderos (places where they smoke trout).
The days we have spent here, we have tried to organize ourselves to go fishing but we have not been successful. All the fishing guides were ...
... Gutierrez. An estancia is basically a ranch but we've compared this one to Cheley Camps with luxury accommodations, gourmet meals, and happy hour each evening. Here we will be able to hike, ride horses, kayak, and do any number of other activities. Or do nothing.
It's hard to describe this paradise and hopefully these initial pictures will give you an idea of this heaven on earth. This ...
... Unfortunately for us the streak of luck we’d had with the weather in El Chalten ran out and it rained pretty much throughout our stay.
We’d planned to rent bikes and despite the weather we said we may as well go ahead with it. The most popular route here for cyclists is called the Circuito Chico and so we headed for it. The route is approx. 27km along a scenic route. Turned out to be a lot more difficult than we were expecting! Some ...