Alexander E. Sominsky
Post Number: 10
|Posted on Sunday, March 16, 2008 - 2:43 pm: |
Now I'm preparing for my next January car trip around Argentina http://www.travelsur.net/forum/messages/2/2566.htm l
Reading web sites (I'm about nothing in spanish, I have to notice) I foud many kinds of lodgings in Argentina: hotels, hotelieres, cabanos, estancios etc.
What kinds of lodging do exist in Argentina? What's the difference? What about prices (in January)? What really means "Single", "Double", "en Suite", "breakfast" etc.? What about parking?
Post Number: 2
|Posted on Tuesday, March 18, 2008 - 6:52 am: |
It depends on where you would like to stay and visit.
In some places there are cabaņas to rent (cabains), (little houses maded by wood with your private kitchen and bathroom. You will find them in general in towns and small cities or inside parks. Or You can decide to go to an Estancia (farm with horses, swimming pool, animals and farm activities) and spend a couple of days. It's a wonderfull possibility if you can. You can be more in contact with the nature.
Re. to the prices in January in general they are more expensive than February since is the begining of the season and most of the people has his vacations at that time.
Re. to the breakfast: it depends on where you will take it. In general argentine breakfast has: bread, butter, medialunas( little croissants) coffe or tea and milk.If you go to a farm, they will give you home made cakes as part of the breakfast.
Post Number: 1595
|Posted on Tuesday, March 18, 2008 - 2:42 pm: |
Adding to Jacquelin... don't forget about hostels too. I visited a few in Mendoza that were great.
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Post Number: 1
|Posted on Monday, July 07, 2008 - 1:59 pm: |
I am in BA right now with mi little princess (11Lb Havanese). I would like to take a trip to Salta. Anyone know about acommodations with pets? Argentines hotels, inns or hostels accept pets? Thanks in advance.