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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 …
... Hour beer and local speciality Smoked Trout pizza. David doesn't think fish or seafood should be on a pizza, but relented on this occasion. A good move on his part because the pizza was stunning.
After dinner and another quick drink, we stopped by at the supermarket to get some snacks for tomorrow's bus ride back to Chile. Apart from the usual chips, we found some 'luxury' alfajores biscuits at a cheap price so let's hope they taste as good as the picture makes ...
I ran into my first repeat backpacker this am. It was a guy who was at PM at the same time as me. I was super excited to talk about the black and white Dolphins, but unfortunately he did not go to see them. Last night I told Martin to not worry about meeting up in the am to hike together, but right after breakfast I decided to head back to the penthouse (old hostel) to leave my bag there. Once I got there ...
... checking out the Easter Events in the main plaza, where there was reportedly the worlds largest chocolate egg assembled. On Easter Sunday the quee to get your free piece of chocolate seemed to go around the central part of the town. The people taking the egg apart were using climbing ice axes... Very cool. Semana Santa or Holy week (Easter) was a fairly big deal here, with live bands on stage every night, ...
... get out and walk up a steep hill to get to the van. Gauchos on horses trotted past us to bring the rafting equipment up the hill. Very amusing watching a Gaucho carry a kayak on horse back. We got changed in some little huts and then in the van for about a 20 min ride back to the campsite. Lunch was waiting for us at the campsite, this was not included in the trip, but another 160 pesos for a great asado and salad. We then had time to wander around take pictures ...