Hotel De Las Nubes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel De Las Nubes San Antonio de los Cobres
Travel Blogs from San Antonio de los Cobres
... being new year’s day, nothing would likely be open, that being the case and with an early start for a day bus the day after we stopped into a supermarket to stock up on some bus supplies and also with the salt flats just a few days after the much necessary wet wipes.
The afternoon was generally spent killing time blogging, skyping, relaxing and avoiding the heat whilst we waited for our dinner reservation.
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... seen in the sharp morning light.Terra cota roof tops and Cathedral spires mix with the glitter of the modern glass paned buildings and the green expanse of the main park in the east of the city.
There are about 10 to 12 museums in the city which are all tastefully kept in old historical houses.I went to a few and though not totally bowled over with the depth of the contents there are some reasonable art works by present day artists on display.The ...
... bad and after queuing they just waved us through. They didn't check anything other than passports. We could have all sorts with us and brought it through the boarder. We were now officially in Argentina and about time too. Bolivia is nothing special but we had heard wonderful things about Argentina. We located the bus terminal and made our way there, on our arrival we had our first contact with the Argentinian black market. ...
... to the terrace of the hostel which had a great view overlooking the street parade. The afternoon gets a little hazy, free shots were given out after the Champions League Final, the Swiss couple left and I stayed with Olivier and Manuel. Highlight, hot tub at 2am at 4000m with the Aussie girls! glad I stayed for it! With a chronic hangover I set off East to Santa Cruz. Enjoyed the warm tropical morning air as the bus stopped for breakfast, reminded me a bit of Central ...
... leg over the saddle and onto the other side. After several false starts, and with help of two gauchos who were pushing me up, I was able to maneuver my leg over to the other side. Finally, I was settled in the saddle and ready to ride. All this time Josh is silent. Then suddenly he declared that he had changed his mind and would like to ride. “No problem”, the head gaucho said. “ You can go out on the afternoon ride.” A ...