Aldea Andina

Address: Av de los Pioneros km 2, San Carlos de Bariloche, Province of Rio Negro, Patagonia, 8400, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av de los Pioneros km 2, San Carlos de Bariloche, is near Centro Civico, Museo de la Patagonia, Disney's Cabin, and Lake Jacob.
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      Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche

      Bariloche - Lake Tahoe times 10

      A travel blog entry by civilgator on Jan 03, 2015

      16 photos

      ... better and better. The city was originally settled by German and Swiss immigrants. Taking a walk down the main drag and the architecture makes that point apparent. It has a Swiss alps feel to it and it's almost odd not seeing snow covering the rooftops. It is the penultimate skiing destination in S. America but the summer is considered high season and the sidewalks are flooded with people right now. This is the longest stop in any one city on my trip and it's ...

      Bike ride around Bariloche

      A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Dec 05, 2014

      10 photos

      ... 20 bus, and about a half hour later I was at my stop by Cerro Campanario.

      It was just a few minutes walk down to Cordillera bike rentals and I picked up my bike. It was 180 pesos for the day ($13), and it was great! There’s a circuit that goes around some of the lakes and it is really beautiful. The whole ride was about 28km (19 miles). I stopped at the Hotel Llao Llao, a lagoon for lunch, climbed Cerro ...

      Of Mice and Muchachos

      A travel blog entry by spoonball on Oct 29, 2014

      2 comments, 25 photos

      ... as it has been.

      Patagonia’s history began with a 1930’s building boom. Then there was an influx of Germans after World War II. Turns out some of them were Nazis and there was quite a scandal as they were rounded up.

      After our social history lesson, we stopped in town for some shopping. There are many, MANY chocolate stores, due to the Swiss influence. We made purchases in one chocolate shop and at an artisan gallery.


      Final Days in Patagonia

      A travel blog entry by jdtrip on Mar 31, 2014

      10 photos

      ... place. For me, it was a dream come true. I'd always intended to visit Patagonia but, for whatever reason, thought it would be when I was much older. So to not only have done it, but to have spent two and a half weeks driving around it with Denise was more than I could have ever asked for and incredibly fulfilling. If I was to have a bucket list, the Patagonia part of this 6 month trip would be a massive tick in the box.

      Take a look at the photos from our final day...

      Christmas in Bariloche

      A travel blog entry by lynsey_and_john on Dec 22, 2013

      122 photos

      ... there just in time for Christmas, with a few days spare. This would give us enough time to plan and prepare our Christmas dinner. When we arrived, I was pleasantly surprised. It was a small town surrounded by snow capped mountains, perfect for Christmas. We booked into a place that was more like a house than a hostel. It was a bit more expensive than our budget, but we thought we'd treat ourselves as it was Christmas. When we checked in, we were given a room ...