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TripAdvisor Reviews Tilcara Hotel La Cumbrecita
Travel Blogs from La Cumbrecita
... I went around in other villages really pretty and felt like in my best disney dreams! I also tried the cordobees alfajores (this macaron shaped argentine cookie); delicious! I bought a box of them for my friend. Leaving tomorrow by bus direction ...
Once I got the German boys to shut off their awful jazz and
rap music was able to sleep as well as the cheap saggy mattress allowed – the blackout
Didn’t have a great deal of success trying to see the Manzana,
the Jesuit complex, as the minimum was 2 people. Headed off to hunt down a book
exchange but no luck their either and was foiled by the art museum – gave up
and headed to the super to ...
... chanteur who commands each song with a natural skill and endearing, intelligent persona.It is this real-life persona of Growler, in fact, that is the largest draw to "Let's Growl" by far. Growler's blazing character makes the color wheel look beige. There is a bona-fide, punk-rock soul in his performance and songwriting that is well meaning, yet outrageous and unconscionable. His music has the spirit of the satyr, but also the mind of a laughing philosopher.
... river with our swimming things and relaxed on rocks. The water wasn’t deep enough to swim but we did paddle to cool down.
La Cumbrecita is probably a good place for me to have a bit of a moan about food! I like cheese and Stef’s favourite sandwich combination has always been ham and cheese, but here (Argentina) it is ridiculous how much they eat ham and cheese…it seems to come with absolutely everything and, if you only ...
... managed to fit in a visit to Alta Gracia which is where Che Guevara spent his childhood. Quite an interesting museum although a bit of a long trip for a museum though but I am still glad that I did it.
I am liking Argentina but I donīt have a clue what the Argentinians (who have so far been pretty friendly) are saying to me. In Peru and Bolivia the Spanish is so pure and easy to understand, here in Argentina they all talk with ...