Sol del Nahuel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
- Swimming pool
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... way up many a short steep climb and past some stunningly beautiful lakes - the name is a dead giveaway - before turning off the main road onto a vertical dirt track towards Villa Traful - described in the Lonely Planet as 'achingly beautiful'. Matt felt exhausted by about five - the three am flight arrival, the ten days of complete inactivity, and the daily cow and wine consumption in Mendoza, have left us as pathetically fat shadows of our former selves - so we found a nice ...
... 283;lat různé aktivity, jako pěší turistika, cyklistika, rafting, návštěvy mnoha obchodu s cokoladou a nebo pivovaru a další. Snažíme se najit něco tátovi k 50-tym narozeninám. Najdeme akorát takovou krásnou rádiovku, které tady nosí místní kovbojové a pletené ponožky, nakonec se rozhodneme, ze tátu ušetříme srandovniho dárku a radši koupíme něco užitečného jinde.
Tipnete si, co dneska ...
... leche, with is pretty much Argentinian nutella. They put the **** on everything and if I am diagnosed with type B diatbities, this stuff is in some way culpable! But I digress from the culinary delights of my morning, I was going to go to Mendoza but a 3min convo with someone convinced me to check out some Patagonia, so, a 20 hr bus to Puerto Madryn it was!
Puerto Madryn is famous for its Whales, Elephant seals, Penguins and the Orcas that dine out on the latter 2. Having on the ...
... hotel called “Llao Llao” pronounced “chow chow” and don't ask me how that spelling relates to its pronunciation,I have not got a clue! closely followed by a church all built in the Alpine style.Once it was open Buenos Aries elite piled down on the 3 day journey by luxury train for the summer to take up the peace and quiet of the lake and to play golf,naturally following this as the years rolled by summer houses were built along the lake and ...
... the worst happened to the other hikers. They were sharing a waterbottle, and they had finished the first one. Then one asked the other- "Hey, can you get that other one out?" and his friend said "Oh, I thought you had it!". I couldn't help but laugh at them and tell them how lucky that I had my Camelbak which holds plenty of water. And we also knew that there would be water at the end of the hike where we could refill. They had also forgot ...