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Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
... didn't open until 1 pm!! By now it was 11, so we thought that we would return to the spectacular view coffee place. But it was still closed. Eventually found a chocolate shop (?) that sold coffee. It was 11.30! So moving on we found a beach restaurant and found it had just opened. Phew! In the afternoon we went to another town Villa de Los Angosturas (don't think that is where the bitters come from) which is up one arm of our big lake ...
... us only "Ow-ooh-strahliaaaa" to get our attention.
Pleasant boardwalk through lots of really tall trees whose names I'm buggered if I remember.
Knee and back
Totally stuffed:)) Its a ***** to get old.
I think the pictures will tell a much better story than I can.
Ciao for now
... our US$ to Argentinian pesos. What an experience!
This was the beginning of Patagonia also, and so when the weather cleared up, we took a bus to the Nahuel Haupi National Park, where we went for a lovely walk through the forest, until we reached a beautiful lake, where we spent a relaxing afternoon. The water was crystal clear, the snowy mountains were in the distance, the sun was shining, and we were excited to start our Patagonian adventure!
... over because I was going so slow. But I did make it to the top and that hill proved to be the hardest. At the top was a large panoramic view of lakes and mountains. When I started the bike ride it was completely overcast and by the time I reached the top of that first hill clouds where parting, blue sky was visible and the sun was peaking through.
I crossed through some pretty valleys, over some bridges and into the woods throughout the ride. At one point I ...
... Munoz. (A local who owns a boat who we can hire to take us to El Rincon. The bus driver told us he was our guy). Considering the size of the town it was pretty easy- he was the second guy we walked up to and asked if he knew Luis Munoz. He said, "si. Yo estoy!"
He said e could take us in the morning, but it had to be early because he had fly fishing clients at 8:30. So 7:30 the next morning we set out cross Lago todos Los santos to ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking