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Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
... of our little Chevy trooper now named “Clasico”. After 15 tense minutes, we found the campsite, which was just off a dirt road in the middle of nowhere. The grounds were impressive, although once again we did not see too much as we arrived at sunset. We hurriedly unpacked the tent and a beer and began to relax. We contemplated staying two nights, but decided against it. We were up against an 8+ hour drive to Las Grutas in the morning.
... of French or Spanish.
We went on a waterfall walk but after Iguazu it was a little trickle, we were more excited about the soaking wet St Bernard we met along the way. After getting caught in a bit of a snowstorm trying to find the bike rental place we jumped on the bus to town and unfortunately never got off ending up at the end of the line with no tickets in the slums of Bariloche . . . Hmmm ...
... bus for the trip back to Bariloche. We couldn't help feel for the locals who were having to deal with the ash dust every day for 6 months. Some of them even wore masks. It was ok when the wind was blowing away from town but it blew across town a lot too. They all hope the volcano is going to stop erupting for good so they can return back to normal. We went to a wood fired pizza place for dinner and the food was so good we ended up taking half of it away for our trip the next ...
Started this morning with a nice 30-40 minute ride along the Rio Negro river as we left Choelly Choele on Highway 250. We were headed west to San Antonio Oeste (about 100 km), where we were pick up a dirt road where wouldm then head south.
This was our first dirt road and was a bit of an adjustment at first, but we quickly got comfortable on the bikes and made steady progress through the morning passing a number of estancia's. After 40 KM or so we came across ...
... by chip mountains. A bottle of Trapiche malbec topped off the experience. We liked it so much there we ate twice. Also, I recommend Bife de Lomo over Bife de Chorizo.
We spent 6 days in Bariloche when we had only expected to do 3, and it still felt like it wasn´t enough. We are now busy trying to think of ways to get enough money to buy a house on the shores of Lago Nahuel Huapi.
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking