Estancia El Bordo De Las Lanzas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the short walk to the supermarket to buy dinner before we crashed in bed. The guys at the hotel also let us try some of the traditional yerba mate, or terer้, which is basically a herb tea which you can drink either hot or cold. It’s quite strong and we didn’t particularly like it, but it’s hugely popular in Paraguay and almost everyone in the street is carrying a cup, straw and flask so they can drink it at any time. They simply leave the herbs in the cup and fill it ...
... for a walk to take some pictures.The town square is not huge by any means, but it is quaint and has a lot of wine shops surrounding it, selling the local bodegas’ brews as well as the typical “artesian” wares. I poked around the shops that were open (many were closed for their “siesta” time), took some pictures of the beautiful church facing the square, then decided to walk back to my room and take a nap. I woke ...
... t have any so went for dulce de leche with nuts and raisins. Then time was up already and had to be back at bus. Went to another winery with Spanish tour so was just holding out for tastings. I told Hernan he could show me round BA and he seemed up for it! Back in bus and stopped for quick photo then pretty much everyone slept but I couldn't really being in the front so we danced to the songs. Had fun with them and nice that maggi was asleep but she soon ...
... Isabel Peron. Many Chileans exiled in neighboring countries are followed by the DINA secret police, as the dictatorships of South America unite under the clandestine campaign of Operation Condor - supported by the U.S. - to pursue exiles across Chile, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, Brazil and Argentina. In trying to get to Brazil via Argentina you and your friends are caught by the police who find the 'L' stamped in your Chilean passports that stands for "lista ...
... is extremely different to Peru and Bolivia with this amazing thing called ‘Siesta’...this means that from 1pm-5pm every day- shops, post office, banks, some restaurants and cafes are closed for rest time. Because of this, we spent most of our first day in Argentina at McDonalds because at least they didn’t close! Our second day in Salta though consisted of a morning horse riding (my first time ever on a horse!) and an afternoon of a traditional asado meal and all you ...