Travel Blogs from Barreal
Pulling into a very tiny bus terminal just after midnight, we had our concerns about getting picked up by our ride, or even if we were at the right terminal at all... Fortunately, the warmest face in the crowd outside caught our attention and just so happened to be Seņor Ricardo, the owner of Posada San Eduardo.
Ricardo quickly befriended us and welcomed us to his property in rural western Argentina. Escorting us ...
Took a hike out of town to get a better view of the mountains. The army decided they were going to same way to setup their target practise. We had to supress giggles when one soldier carrying a target board stopped to fix it, them had to sprint to catch up with the formation, for it to break ...
As always we started quite late. A nice gravel road led us into the hills where we could see the snow covered peaks of Aconcagua and other high mountains. In the following valley of Calingasta the road continued as a sand road. The sand wasn*t deep and we reached Barreal easily and enjoyed a warm autumn evening in the garden of the hostel.
... seem like enough time to take inthe beauty of the place. Many regard this place as the most noble of the Andean peaks in Argentina.
Bugger it, I uploaded all the pics to the wrong page, they are in the entry before this is Barreal!!!!
... Leoncin, arriving just in time for amazing long shadow photos before the sunset behind the Andes. The remainder of our trip that night was a bit of a flop as we were going to the observatory for 3 hours to star gaze but on arrival we discovered it was shut for 3 months for an astronomy conference so we were out of luck. Gutted we drove back to the hostel and drank a bottle of wine each to celebrate the birthday of the French ...
How has this ranch rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking