Thursday March 1, 2018 Luma Casa De Montana, Villa La Angostura

This is the view of where we are staying (lumapatagonia.com.ar) from Nahuel Huapi Lake. Luma is a beautiful Italianate Villa. The story I told you previously about Queen Maxima I think is all bunk. I tried to do some research and found no family connections. So either the story is untrue or the facts are well hidden. We finished lunch and decided it was time to explore the hotel. This is the view from the patio. I could leave you just staring at the picture, but I am sure you want to see more. If not, well just stare at that beautiful picture until you are ready to explore with me. We looked over the railing to see the gorgeous pool below. Looks nice doesn’t it? Here is Steve helpfully pointing out where are room is! He is such a good sport!Off to the side was also the other part of the hotel. These rooms had true balconies and patios, instead of the Juliet Balconies, that we had. I think those rooms had a different price point than ours! Look, many chaise lounges! That seems promising for a layabout. We descend below and I drop my stuff to reserve my chaise lounge and explore.Once more, the beautiful view!This pool has a door so you can go outside, or stay inside! There were Jacuzzi bubbles in the circular area. This pool deserves a closer inspection doesn’t it?Okay, that’s close enough with out going in!

There was a path leading down toward the lake. I looked at it and told Steve “Have Fun!”

When Steve came back up he told me that I definitely wouldn’t have enjoyed the walk to the lake below. He did throw the obligatory stone into the Lake. Isn’t that something guys have to do? Kind of like male dogs peeing on every hydrant that they go by on their walkies?We headed back in to explore the spa area. There was a sauna, and some bathrooms. Steve sure looks like he is in a hurry isn’t he? There was a chair under a fabric canopy. I am not sure what goes on there. I think that this was a price list for spa treatments. Who can interpret it for me? There are 20 Argentinian pesos to the dollar. There was an interesting sculpture on the wall. I behaved. Steve did not have to tell me not to touch it, nor to stare at it longer than oh, ten seconds. We ascended the stairs from the spa to the main floor. Pay attention to these stairs, I will have an unexcellent adventure on them in the future! Steve had a beer on the balcony and then we went back to our room to change for dinner.

More later!

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Author: lindalant

Lover of luxury travel. My husband and I are retired and are traveling meeting people and having excellent adventures. LindasExcellentAdventures.com is my blog site.

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