Hotel Cabanas Arco Iris
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and a few remaining slightly snowy ranges. The highlights, the lakes, were mainly hidden by the dense vegetation, but got occasional glimpses of nice beaches &
The driver was motoring like the clappers along the winding ripio roads and we got there nearly an hour early – just as well as all the cheaper ...
... to go see it or hike up part of it, but unfortunately it wasn't really on the way and there's such a thing called time. At Neuquen, we called Federico (our contact in San Martín) and we hopped on a new bus that would take us all the way there. Federico greeted us warmly and excitedly as we exited the bus in San Martín de los Andes. He oriented us a little within the town before driving us back to his house where we met his ...
... a mohawk. We continued heading up the trail on a steep hike to see if we could see more of the water but no luck. Good thing we did not take this trail initially or we would have never seen the waterfall. As we headed back to the car and were actually looking forward to crossing that icy cold stream.
The trip was an overwhelming success and we talked about how future vacation plans need to include some of the great national parks in the ...
... effect it was having on the adjacent Argentine towns. It seems that it depends on the wind direction and strength so some days the skies are the usual bright blue while others are hazy and also dusty if the wind is strong.
If anyone is interested in the history and ongoing effect of the volcanic eruption in Bariloche and surrounds click on the ...
... and forth.
Along the way we stopped at a few Miradors (scenic lookouts) labeled by signs that looked a lot like the Liberty Bell on its side (supposed to be an old fashioned camera). We hit the dirt road and had to speak very loudly to be heard. There is a huge advantage to being the lead car as the dust generated by other vehicles often made visability only a few feet. Todd and I would try to mix it ...