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Del Arriero Cabins: A dream coming true

How it all started

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Hi!

We are Lorena, Enzo and Jazmín, and we share a dream: to live in a peaceful and gorgeous place like La Falda, in the province of Córdoba, Republic of Argentina.
Our baby Jazmín is one year old now and she'll be able to play and run in a place surrounded by hills, grass and trees, with a lake view.

La Falda is situated at the foothill of El Cuadrado and La Banderita hills, in the heart of the so-called Valle de Punilla, only 70 km away from the city of Córdoba.
It has a privileged mountain climate that is among the three best climates in the world.
It is the venue of internationally-renowned artistic and sports events, like the Tango Festival and the World Rally, which attract tourists from all around the world.
It's located 934 meters above sea level, and its population is of 16,000 people.
It offers plenty of activities to enjoy, both in winter and summer. For instance, you can go horse-riding, trekking, visit the sports museum and the archeological museum, as well as Trenshow, the first American museum devoted to miniature trains.
The Eden Hotel is also widely-known as a historical place. It was visited by important people such as Albert Einstein, Rubén Darío, among others.

Our dream is nowadays coming true... we're moving to the city of La Falda in December 2006 with a place with cabins for rental facing the lake. We'll open January 2007.
Ours is a kind of resort with completely equipped cabins, swimming pool, park, bar, fresh air and a lake view...
What else could we dream of?
We invite all of you to write to us -English or Spanish- at delarrierocba@hotmail.com.
You can also visit our main blog -updated frequently- at http://delarriero.blogspot.com.
We look forward to meeting any of you who'd like to come and get to know us, the gorgeous city of La Falda and the province of Córdoba... a place worth visiting!!!

Lorena, Enzo & Jazmín

Posted by Delarriero 18:23 Archived in Argentina Tagged lodging

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