Rioma Hotel

Address: Fray Inalican 127 Oeste, Malargue, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, 5613, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Fray Inalican 127 Oeste, Malargue.
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Travel Blogs from Malargue

Sam

A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Sep 05, 2014

... accommodation and settled on the 3rd place, the first being closed, the 2nd overpriced - the 3rd too, but less so!

Had had my fill of old codgers by this point but no option – the 2nd bus had a crew of them who thought, even though we were over hour late, would be good for both to serve “lunch” instead of one driving and one ...

Malargue - Caving and Skiing

A travel blog entry by wheresktandmatt on Jul 20, 2011

14 photos

... white as a sheet, smelling not so fabulous. Turns out, in order to use the bathroom he had been required to wade through a trail of human `waste``....... his shoes had taken the brunt of it. You have to love the local hygiene standards..... all part of the experience we told him. He didn`t seem impressed.

Irish’s turn for the dodgy tummy, and a night in, so the 3 of us headed out to find another nice place to eat. Having had a recommendation from ...

Another good day

A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Apr 05, 2011

11 photos

... to bed at about midnight. It had been a mighty long day but very enjoyable with scenery like you just cannot believe. As for my wee Honda, well she is going just magically. I never thought I would hammer any of my bikes over such roads in my life. Many of the other bikes have had problems but this wonderful Honda just keeps plodding along. She is also getting better by the day on fuel as she is getting run in. At one time she even managed 74mpg, not bad at all for any 700cc ...

El Finale

A travel blog entry by sanza on Jan 25, 2011

1 comment

... of road that had no fuel... we had none either. Anyway with begging and praying we found some and got to Chile where I realised that motos there are simply epensive and **** (excuse the language) and also that I would be warming Joes seat for a fair while yet as I simply could not afford to buy and maintain a bike on this trip. So sadly my dream of riding my own bike around the continent is quashed but dont worry folks the time will ...

Day 19

A travel blog entry by fbenz on Jan 18, 2011

2 comments, 12 photos

... a ride that night or we could camp out by the side of the road and hitch a ride the following morning. Neither of us was too eager to spend the night where we were, but we were prepared to do it if need be. No matter what though, we needed to get Claudio's bike off of the road where it would be concealed from view by passersby and pull the rear wheel off for the trip to Bardas Blancas. We took care of this in a matter of minutes and then agreed that we'd ...