Hotel Cacique Inacayal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Cacique Inacayal San Carlos de Bariloche
Fantastic views, large and lovely rooms, nice lounge area and very close to the wonderful town.
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... with rain and then cloudy but it didn't really matter. We were quite well protected by the trees and I had my waterproof jacket. We stopped for some sandwiches that we had brought with us and then carried on the walk. The girls were really lovely and we had a fun time. They speak good English but I also got to practise Spanish too which is good. We just got back and went to the supermarket for some food for dinner. Now I am just relaxing in the ...
... moment and
changed my bus ticket for the next evening.
I wasn´t really looking forward to another 20 hour bus journey, this
time to Bariloche but in the que to put my bag on the bus I made friends
with a Scottish guy called Iain. We chatted for the entire bus journey,
except for sleeping, so it actually went pretty quickly!
... was looking very slim. When the boat docked the rain was gusting down, being British were we fazed yes we were. But we still set off with our guide up some steps. The steps turned into rather more than a few as we made our way up to the first viewing point to see Los Cantaros the waterfall. A HUGE volume of water was crashing down onto rocks with spray colouring the surrounding view point. As we were soaking wet any way that was not ...
... ate beside the lake, with a bottle of wine which I'm sure improved our kayaking skills! We also finally tasted Mate which the Argentine's take around with them absolutely everywhere. It's actually not bad, it's just a strong green tea, we couldn't have left Argentina without tasting it at least once to see what all the fuss is about!
... other factors in play, but I certainly would not
like to 'tango' with them again!
The majority of people we have spoken to through our trip assume we are North
American and once we tell them where we are from they seem pleasantly surprised and
full of questions. One lovely lady in my Pilate's class knew all about Ireland though
she had never been there and she was convinced that Ireland was the 'I' in 'BRICs'