Las Marias Del Nahuel
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- Hot tub
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... though, as there may have been less dead wood! ( ahem... Brad...Andy!) We decided to book up to go zip lining and horse riding thorough a little lady who spoke only espanol and translated this through google!! Needless to say somethings got lost in translation! The zip lining was really for kids and the big one with me wasn't impressed. They were about 30-40 meters in length max, all very basic and they ...
... room. Siena managed to sleep walk into the neighbors room which was occupied by 4 Korean men in their early 50's. When I came too and realized our door was open I hunted her down to find her next door peeing with the lights on and the bathroom door wide open. Luckily they only spoke Korean so we didn't have to explain our sleep walking daughter.
The next morning we were off to the bus stop and headed out ...
... and waiting and soon enough the restaurant was booming and no single seat was free.
Because I'm in Argentina I thought I should have my "bife de Lomo" medium even though I usually don't like it (but them I don't eat a lot of beef anyway).
It was the best meat I've ever tasted. Still a bit bloody which was running out, but so delicious I can't even describe it.
Full of food we made our way back to the hotel to relax. It was a very busy ...
... views from the bus ride alone had us gob-smacked. I canīt be ***** to upload photos on this blog but theyīre all on Facebook, Barlioche could not be more picturesque if it tried. The views are unbelievable, feels like something out of movie being there. On our second day we did a trek up to the Frey ... I think its fair to say Jamie and I are not hikers. We couldnīt have been much more poorly equipped and were ...
... faces in front of the refugio. (Look for the tiny people in the photos!) These people were so impressive, climbing hundreds of meters. That evening we made awesome camp spaghetti and had a bottle of wine (or two, it is Argentina after all). More stargazing ensued, with great excitement and pleasure.
It was cold and windy that night, so everyone was wearing their Northface/Patagonia/Mountain Hardware down or primafill jackets, beanies, gloves, and headlamps as ...