Loi Suites Chapelco Hotel Golf Resort Spa
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
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The Argentinian ski town of San Martín de los Andes, at the foot of the Andes Mountain Range, cozily tucked into the Valley of Chapelco in Northern Patagonia, has been our planned final destination based on the recommendation of a particularly friendly waiter in Baños, Ecuador. His description of Cerro Chapelco, as an excellent mountain resort, with a quaint ski town at its base, intrigued us. We continued to research our options for ending our year long trip, ...
... songs in Spanish, laughing at nothing and everything, doing head stands in the sand, all of these things in one day? Yes, and it was awesome! These people I have met, they are so brave to do whatever they are doing, they have no fear, and yesterday I had no fear, I drove all over southern Argentina in a manual bread delivery truck for 9 hours and I made new friends and I had new experiences and it was good, really good. Happy fearless ...
... really bad and had heard the scream, not knowing that had happened, and said that had never happened before or at least she had never been told of it. Let's just blame it on bad luck or something, the place was still very nice and this experience did not take away from that!
Burned feet and all, we got into the car after having our coffee and toast, kissing the hosteria lady, and began to drive out of San martin and to Villa Angostura, on the Siete Lagos trail ...
... and we would get a 90 day visa – still wouldn't budge. We asked them to call the lady here (we have her name and number) but they refused.
Seriously stressed and it put us on a downer for our mini holiday.
Now we have to decidd how to back into Chile...but not via this border!
We looked into coming back via Paso HuaHum which apparently is absolutely stunning, but there is no public transport from San Martin over ...
... isn’t really the ideal place to stay the night right next to the road and in open view.” We hesitate, but quickly pack up and take off at 7:30pm. Conditions seem better at first, but maybe it’s just that we are fresh after a long break because things get worse fast. At times, the gusts of wind nearly bring us to a halt or make us swerve a few feet to the left. We see a school and ask permission to set our tent behind a wall, out of ...