Aldebaran Hotel & Spa
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
... vegetarian meals! Amazing J
I arrived in Salta at about 11am and was planning on staying there 2 nights and heading out to Chile. I thought i’d be organised and book my ticket then for the bus out. Well...this ended up being quite the complicated process. Firstly very few buses run from Salta to San Pedro in Chile and i couldn’t find any that were going to leave before Wednesday, in 5 days time!!! Finally i found 1 company that had a bus running on Monday ...
... of carrying a backpack and having 6-7 hours of additional hiking to face afterward, seemed more like a cruel taunt. Little did we know, however, that it only got tougher from there. The following descent was about twice as long, and could most accurately be described as, oh, let's say, a thigh-busting and extremely dangerous mix of climbing, sliding and tumbling straight down the side of a scree-covered ridge. Most of the time there was no traction, outside of a ...
... ski resort and in summer it's just as busy with hikers, cyclists and watersports enthusiasts. It's a pretty town and looks a bit like a European ski resort south wooden log houses and pretty houses aswell as loads of chocolate shops. I get something to eat and then head back to the hostel to books some tours. The next morning I get up fairly early and head out to do a hike in the nearby Parque Municipal Llao-Llao. The hostel gave me a ...
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... The four of us were in a raft together and everyone else was in a second raft which was great for us, we had a lot of fun going through the 12 rapids and there was a moment were we almost flipped over but luckily managed to stay in the boat. As the snow is melting now from the mountains this is apparently the best time of year to go rafting as the water level is highest. Apparently in the summer the guides regularly flip the boats on purpose but ...