Cabanas Don Justo
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... t fact check these numbers but this what the taxi driver claimed. They exist almost solely on tourism and it's friendly, safe, and welcoming city. Also, they LOVE pizza and ice cream. I've seen so many restaurants/ice cream shops that sell it one place. I'm writing from the hostel on my last day here. I'll be catching a bus this evening to San Rafael Argentina this afternoon. It's a long overnight ride so the $10 required for a first class upgrade was a no brainer. ...
Alison: We arrived in Bariloche after a 19 hour journey on a semi-cama bus (only partially reclining seat and nothing to elevate your legs on) and we were very ready to get off! We quickly forgot the tightness of our swollen ankles when we saw the view......a huge lake and snow capped mountains everywhere. Bariloche is well known for skiing, chocolate and beer. It is a really attractive little town that looks in parts like a Swiss ski village (we imagine, ...
... your town, they even have a supermarket selling only chocolate products. Now I like chocolate but even my teeth were beginning to ache with the thought of all that sweet stuff chipping out cavities. Our guide called Eileen met us at the hotel. Then a coach ride to the boat on Largo Nahuel Huaei by this time it was raining slightly. As the boat progressed up the lake the rain got steadily worse with a very cold wind. Our hope of walking ...
... Paul), turns out we know a LOT of the same people, they were at Darragh and AnneMarie's wedding and they used live with Aoibheann in Australia, to name but a few!! :D
Pleasantries over we caught a bus out to a viewpoint called Cerro Campinario about half an hour outside Bariloche town. You can either climb up the muddy/sandy hill or get the chairlift so we said we'd stretch our legs and climb up ourselves. It was fairly steep but the view at the top ...
... we were going to head straight to Buenos Aires after Mendoza and then head back down to Mendoza for Christmas. After giving it more thought we decided it would be better to spend Christmas in an apartment so shifted around our plans so we could spend Christmas in Buenos Aires after visiting Iguasu Falls, so this gave us more time to head further south. We're so glad we changed our plans and got to see Bariloche, it's got to be up there with one of the most idyllic places we've ...