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TravelPod Member ReviewsApartments Bariloche San Carlos de Bariloche
Everything was perfect except that we thought we could walk to town from our house and it wasn't an easy or short one at all, we thought we'd have a washing machine and dryer, but we ended up with laundry service (still great, just not what we thought) and we ran out of fresh water. Overall though, a really great location.
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Well, after our time trekking Torres del Paine in southern Patagonia it was time to head northwards. We didn't have any firm plans on our itinerary but after a bit of research decided to fly to San Carlos de Bariloche, or just plain ol' Bariloche, as it's commonly referred to. This jaunt meant we'd return once again to El Calafate to catch a plane …
... we also did not know the scoring system so it would be a real challenge to keep points). We did improve during the hour and a half. We even managed to get up to 14 hits. I would have loved to go again but we did not. For some people who have been reading my entries for a while, you will probably pick out the obvious fact that this entry is abnormally long. The reason for that is because this entry describes all of the activities that we did in Llao Llao. It was an amazing place so it deserves this much description. ...
... end up hanging out together during the tour, having lunch and doing a short hike once we get to the base of Tronador, and it really is the base of a sheer cliff with waterfalls coming off the ice sheet and glacier high above us, out of sight. I havent seen a road which went right to the base of a large mountain quite like this! There,s the inevitable restaurant right out in the middle of nowhere under Mount Tronador, and the place is crawling with people ...
... to myself and my body Taking the time to enjoy and not obsess over the schedule. So chilling in the hostel in Bariloche, I slept most of our stay here! Amy met a friend from France and she travelled the seven lakes to San Martin de Los Andes. Amy also visited the chocolate museum. And we both enjoyed the warmth and amazing smells of chocolate shops here in Bariloche. This has been nice, difficult, but nice. And now we look forward to the next step in our ...
... truck! As many of our group were leaving the tour in Santiago everyone headed out for a special goodbye dinner, except me who had been foolish enough to eat a dodgy looking beef empanada at the border crossing and was feeling a bit ill! The next day we walked around the city of Santiago, it’s definitely been the first real city we’ve seen with skyscrapers and busy streets. That night was Halloween so we all dressed up and went out on a Halloween Pub Crawl, was a great ...