Hosteria Boutique La Casa de Eugenia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... choose a picada/tabla for 4 which was full of regional specialities including wild boar, deer and trout in different ways and cheese. With a malbec from Fin del Mundo, it was sensational.
During dinner, the rain had started and was heavier than we anticipated. By the time we got back to our hotel, we were soaked to the skin. The rooms were hot as furnaces though so we hung up the wet clothes knowing they would be dry by morning.
... The walk of 50km was beyond us in the weather so we had to either bunker down in another camp site nearer the park exit, get lucky that some crazy tourists had driven into park anyway or try and get the rangers to help us out. We hiked to the ranger station where we met the “Bear”, he was in fact a massive dog but we reckon his dad must have been a bear. He was only 11 months and still a puppy but he was massive. He looked a bit like a ...
Today I left Chile, crossed the border to the east and entered Argentina. I passed through some beautiful fall landscapes full of yellows and reds and arrived in San Martín, a small town in the región de los siete lagos. It is situated between two mountains on Lago Lacar and is quite picturesque. Upon arrival I set out to look for a hostel and booked into the first one I found, Rukalhue. It turns out there ...
We fell in love with San Martin. Still part of the Argentine lake district; San Martin is a quaint town nestled between two verdent mountains on the shores of beautiful Lake Lacar. Named after Jose de San Martin, national hero of Argentina, an 18th-century general and the main leader
of the southern part of South America's struggle for independence from
As a small ski resort, San Martin is not cheap whatever time of year. It ...
... wooded hills. Its a very pretty town and we stayed at a nice hostel, but after one night we decided that we would press on to Bariloche, so we got back on the bus and arrived in Bariloche the following evening.
We spent the first night at a small hostel owned by an elderly couple and quickly found a better place called La Justina which was small, but newer with a really nice crowd of travellers. We stayed in a cabin at the bottom of the garden ...