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TravelPod Member ReviewsAconcagua Hotel San Carlos de Bariloche
Friendly staff, dated décor, floors on split levels. One side looks over the lake. Nice enough, but needs updating.
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A long drive from Pucon took us across the border into Argentina, and the Siete Lagos. Upon first sighting, Bariloche felt a lot like Pucon, if much larger. The German/Swiss/Austrian influences even more defined and expressed in the wooden A-framed houses and Germanic names. The town is a jumbled mix of tourist shops, chocolate makers, and market …
When I was planning this trip, I had a couple of priorities, visiting Patagonia being one of them. Bariloche lies at the northern end of Patagonia and while it's lacking in some of the big name attractions like Mt Fitz Roy and El Chalten, it is DEFINITELY not lacking in scenery and personality. It is nestled in the mountains and sits beside a huge lake. Every north/south cross street has views of the lake and as you go further away from it, you move uphill making ...
... I got all my things together. I said my goodbyes and now I am on the bus to El Chalten. Weirdly the bus is more expensive than the lovely bus I got to Baricloche and it's much *******. I had to change seats be used mine wouldn't recline properly. I just hope no one else gets on. I have 20 hours, don't think I can sit up right for 20 hours. Anyway we will see. I hope you all had a great NYE whatever you decided to do. I will write again after my next two ...
... is from the land. They grow things. They mine things. So in 1934, when the national park system was established, it was unusual for Argentinians to focus on conserving the land, instead of utilizing it. Because they don’t do that well, Patagonia has a high unemployment rate, especially in the non-peak seasons.
Argentinean inflation runs 25-28% annually. In 1989, it ran 100% a day! So those who have been around a while don’t think it’s ...
... straight back down the mountain. So much for a final day of trekking.
From the mountain, we could see a 360 degree lookout point on a hill between us and Bariloche so we caught the bus over there and had a much better day, taking in the views for the final time below the clouds and away from the snow.
Despite being 90% desert, Patagonia won us over. The lakes, mountains, rivers and so on are picture-perfect. Any view could be used for a postcard, it's a ...