Las Marias Del Nahuel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TripAdvisor Reviews Las Marias Del Nahuel San Carlos de Bariloche
Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
... forest to stunning panoramic views of the lakes and beyond and to lakeside beaches where we sunned ourselves to a backdrop of snow capped mountains; we have taken crowded bus rides on busy highways, suburban streets and even unsealed roads to spectacular locations; we have eaten the best steak ever (truly) at Bariloche's premier parilla (wood fired grill) restaurant and local trout and ...
... day and the walk went through forest and overlooked lakes. We got to the top and it was so amazing. Surrounding us were mountains and huge blue lakes. We had an ice cream and stayed up there for a few hours, taking photos, sunbathing and chatting. It was amazing up there. At 5 ish we went down. Amazingly none of us totally stacked it and we remained on our feet all the way down. We then headed back to the hostel with plans to buy some meat to cook ...
... wanted to get in on what he was doing for dinner. I thought this meant give him money and he'll do the rest. However I was wrong and had to do the shopping and cooking. Dinner was very good, so I shouldn't complain. After dinner I felt like playing cards, so I looked around for someone I could ask. I knew the other boys were out for dinners and that Nathan was around, but talking to a Columbia Guy. I ended up asking him and he invited the Columbian to ...
... 4 meters in diameter, but also to stretch our legs, hike around a bit in the fresh air, build a fire and chill out.
When we pulled up to the park entrance at around 4:30 pm, we were informed that the rodent population in the park had been infected with some "hantavirus," and that all camping areas had been closed off, as was access to these massive trees we had come to witness. While we were unable to fully comprehend what this virus was from the ...
... be at airports! It doesn’t help that I’m suffering all this on zero sleep – after several nights of poor sleep in Bolivia while suffering from altitude sickness. Bus to terminal, $160 entry fee, ridiculous walk outside to Terminal C, lack of a connecting bag drop belt, an obscene fee to use an ATM, and coming up another bus to a plane = travel hell. You are not making a good impression, Argentina. I already dislike you after my best ...