Llao Llao

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Comments (152)

Toto Franchi on December 10, 2010

I'm glad you liked this panoramic view of Llao Llao Hotel, its name comes from a fungus common in the region, the Llao Llao, which grows attached to Ñire and Coihue, trees are very common in the area!!! The name Llao Llao also means an Aboriginal language, rich rich, sweet sweet!!!

Thank you very much

Georgy

Andrey

Vale

Nelly

Sergio

Changhong Chen

for your very kind visits, beautiful comments, YS and LIKE,s!!! I apologize for not responding to each one individually but I'm very busy with my work and my family, I hope to visit your gallery soon!!! All of you are very kind!!!

Friendly greetings, Toto

vladanscekic on December 20, 2010

Beautiful landscape!

Like

Greetings ,Vladan

_Lefteris_ on December 25, 2010

Wonderful landscape. Well done. *LIKE * . Merry Christmas and a happy new year 2011 !

kelly79 on January 2, 2011

Wonderful landscape, excellent shot!! Congratulations!! Happy New Year!!!!!!!

Toto Franchi on January 21, 2011

Thank you very much for your visits and compliments Vladan, Lefteris and Kelly!!! From this panoramic point can be observed two lakes, Lake Moreno foreground, and behind the majestic Lake Nahuel Huapi with its many fascinating islands!!! Also thanks for your LIKE and New Year greetings!!!

Friendly greetings from Patagonia Argentina, Toto

Octavio Aldea on January 27, 2011

Esta vista es maravillosa. La he podido disfrutar con la belleza de la nieve o con estos contrastes increíbles. Un hermoso sector de la Argentina. Saludos desde Chile.

Andrey Bogdanov on January 29, 2011

Stunning landscape with good perspective. Regards, Andrey from Ekaterinburg, Russia

Toto Franchi on January 31, 2011

Me alegro que lo hayas podido conocer Octavio, allí se aprecia mucho más la majestuosidad e inmensidad del paisaje!!! Me tenes que avisar cuando vengas, quizás podamos encontrarnos a tomar un café, avisame!!! Mil gracias por tu siempre amena visita!!!

Hi Andrey!!! I'm glad you liked this panoramic view of Llao Llao Hotel, its name comes from a fungus common in the region, the Llao Llao, which grows attached to Ñire and Coihue, trees are very common in the area!!! The name Llao Llao also means an Aboriginal language, rich rich, sweet sweet!!! Thank you very much for your friendly comments!!!

Best regards for both, Toto

RezaSamami on January 31, 2011

Excellent photo...Like + YS...you are added to my favorite list...Best Wishes

beyer99 on March 11, 2011

wonderful place !!!! LIKE Best wishes a.beyer

ALLWO - I LIKE PANOR… on March 16, 2011
  • LIKE 61 - Ein richtig tolles Foto. - Die Aufteilung ist ein Gedicht. - Glückwunsch von ALLWO.
Toto Franchi on March 25, 2011

Thank you very much Amoot, A.Beyer and Allwo for your visits, kinds comments, LIKE and YS!!! I'm glad you liked this panoramic view of Llao Llao Hotel, its name comes from a fungus common in the region, the Llao Llao, which grows attached to Ñire and Coihue, trees are very common in the area!!! The name Llao Llao also means an Aboriginal language, rich rich, sweet sweet!!!

Friendly greetings for all, Toto

Christos Theodorou on March 26, 2011

Magnificent colours and a big like for your capture. Hello from Athens.

Toto Franchi on May 15, 2011

Hi dear Christos!!!

In 1934, Patagonia and the Andean region were deserted and pristine. This year, with the creation of the Nahuel Huapi National Park, it was decided to build an international hotel company to develop the tourism potential of the area, as well as create populations and communications . The architect Alejandro Bustillo chose the area of Puerto Pañuelo to build the hotel, as well as its magnificence and beauty of the landscape, had port. It was opened on January 9, 1938, Canadian-style built with trunks of cypress and larch roof tiles. On October 26, 1939 a fire completely destroyed the building, reopened on December 15, 1940. Since then drew members of the aristocracy and officialdom and diplomatic and other distinguished guests, until 1978, closed for 15 years, keeping their spirit intact. The hotel reopened its doors in July 1993... until today continues to maintain its overwhelming beauty!!!

Thank you very much for visite, kind words and LIKE!!!

Friendly greetings, Toto

roby b on May 29, 2011

really great and nice view.

like. roby b

Toto Franchi on June 7, 2011

I'm glad you like this picture Roby B and many thanks for your compliments and LIKE!!!

The Circuito Chico is one of the more traditional rides made by tourists, and one of the greatest natural attractions near the city of San Carlos de Bariloche!!!

Although these days we are experiencing some hard times by the eruption of volcanic complex Puyehue-Caulle in Chile!!! The prevailing westerly winds have swept away the ashes to for this area, in some places has accumulated more than 20 cm of ash, even here in the city of Neuquen, today we woke up with a thin coat of gray ash covering the whole!!! Hopefully soon everything returns to normal and this is just an anecdote, although I believe that the magnitude of the event will bring some negative consequences that can not be evaluated yet!!!

Friendly greetings, Toto

Lilian Jacobs on June 9, 2011

Like!!

Toto Franchi on June 12, 2011

Thanks for passing by and your compliment Lilian!!! From this panoramic point can be observed two lakes, Lake Moreno foreground, and behind the majestic Lake Nahuel Huapi with its many fascinating islands!!! Also thanks for your LIKE!!! Try to visit your gallery soon!!!

Friendly greetings from Patagonia Argentina, Toto

Polifemo ( * ) on June 12, 2011

...hola!!! Un viejo amigo ha dejado saludos para ti desde mi ventana!!!

beegood on June 12, 2011

Totito... cada vez que esta imagen aparece en mi pantalla me alegro de ello .... qué rincón tan hermoso donde estás viviendo .... que tengas un buen comienzo de la nueva semana!

Un saco de cariño ~ Maja

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on July 30, 2010
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    by Toto Franchi
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D5000
    • Taken on 2010/05/16 11:20:35
    • Exposure: 0.002s (1/640)
    • Focal Length: 62.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/6.300
    • ISO Speed: ISO200
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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