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Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
Passed through the Chile-Arg border by bus without any hassle. The views on the Argentina side were beautiful. Passed snow covered mountains, lakes and autumn coloured trees as we headed down towards the lake and Bariloche.
The place was full of wood and stone buildings with a nice big church in the centre and lots and lots of chocolate …
Brianbranagan stayed here on Aug 20, 2010 during their trip titled: Brian Branagan's Great Adventure.
Woke up around 8am and we're handed a cake and tea then not long after another film, Deadliest Sea closely followed by The Book of Eli. At 1pm we had a lunch stop at Gobernador Costa and ate a slice of pizza to help keep us going and then 20min's later back on the bus for another 7hrs. In the afternoon the scenery got a lot …
Happy to be leaving Mendoza we got on another bus on Sunday evening to arrive 15 and a half hours later in beautiful Bariloche. This was another pleasant bus journey with plenty of movies to watch and even a game of Bingo to entertain us. Only downside was the reappearance of a ham & cheese roly poly cake (two in one week - disgusting). < …
As I drove closer to bariloche through all the wooden chalets and ski stores I wondered had we just chosen the wrong season to visit. Oh how wrong I was, this town is gorgeous. By far our favourite town to stay in. Quint little shops on a bustling main street, a lake side strip
filled with hotels, and chocolate shops, loads of chocolate shops …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Pudu San Carlos de Bariloche
Pudu was a great place to kick back and enjoy the beautiful surrounds of Bariloche. The hostel has some gorgeous lake views and the owners and staff are friendly and accommodating. The bar is great - serving draught beer - and it was a great place to meet people and discover the inns n outs of travelling in the area. We picked up some vital tips on how to go about accessing Torres del Paine from el Calafate.
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