Aldebaran Hotel & Spa
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... have not tried the famous chocolate in Bariloche. So we choose Ruta 25 to take us inland, across to the other side of the country. We started in Gaiman a small little village proud of their Welsh heritage and well-known for cream-pie and a hot pot of black tea. As it was morning we popped in to the local bakery and got some little treats for the road. Jay and I often go halves in things so we get to try more, but as Jay was distracted driving I definitely ate more than my ...
... lunch in the revolving restaurant at the top and just enjoyed the scenery. So far, Bariloche has definitely impressed me the most in Argentina. I got the cable car back down with a nice Chilean couple who didn’t speak any English. And with my Spanish being so terrible, we had a pretty choppy conversation, but we got through it.
I was supposed to get a bus back to the town from the base of ...
... leaves of pange are used to cover all of the food while it cooks (pange is wild rhubarb - and the leaves can be 6' wide). Then on top of the pange leaves one places wet sacks of potatoes and sod to seal the whole thing. Wait 2-2.5 hours. Because the heat rises it then hits the wet sacks of potatoes which then produces the steam to cook all that is inside. Needless to say - I didn't have any - but it was interesting to learn about.
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