TripAdvisor Reviews Shangri-la Villa Carlos Paz
Travel Blogs from Villa Carlos Paz
... lunch inspiration – can’t face any more of
the hideous bread. Ended up with fried eggs and oven chips, comfort food, but
have to take advantage of the oven.
Headed out later to check out the classical string
performances in front of the Manzana – of course the tourist office were
clueless (and happy to remain so) about it and pretty much everything else,
both in the centre and at the bus station!
... this really is the last thing they are interested in), has the ability to make your body do the most random things......i.e. start to sweat and make you sound like a chipmunk with pitch and speed of voice being in equal parts!!!! So, if you can imagine being asked several questions....most of them at once.....coupled with your brain being focused elsewhere ('aggghhhhh, do I have sweat patches?'- eh, gross & totally uncool!!!), talking at the speed of ...
... tres cascades... which was actually mentioned a couple of times along the way ... it is a valley with an area of picnic tables grass and guess what, yes three waterfalls....there was no one else there so we avoided the entrance fee...hehe..a whole 8 pesos..we parked the car and followed the path through trees and shrubs to an awesome open area of river and waterfalls..the valley was hidden from the road by tall trees so was very interesting and ...
... style meal!! Itīs almost as cheap here to eat out as it is to buy food in the supermarket, so you can guess which option we tend to go for most of the time!!
Overall impressions of Cordoba are that it was a good stop over point on our way to Iguazu, but weīre glad we didnīt have more than 2 days here! We need to see something more dramatic!! On to Iguazu!! Weīre so excited!
Until the next time. xxx
... America, things happen when they get round to it, and not when itīs scheduled.
Anyway, I have to admit falling in love with Argentina almost immediately. For starters it feels about ten times more developed and prosperous than either Bolivia or northern Chile! Overall living standards are far better. After roughing it for weeks at high altitude, Salta was a gem oasis to discover.
Making a mental note not to mention the F word in Argentina (no not that F word, ...