Hotel Cacique Inacayal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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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WE DID: - flight to Buenos Aires (the most turbulent of our lives, we thought the chances of a crash were very likely!) - flight to Bariloche This was a very long day of travelling! We arrived at our hostel at around midnight as our 2nd flight was delayed WE LOVED: Finally arriving!! Getting free food in the airport due to our ...
... they had a huge stage set up with a bunch of performers. Some of the first performances we saw were dancers in traditional clothing. This was followed later in the evening by some rock bands. What I was very impressed by was that often when people tried to push through the crowd, for the most part they said 'Excuse me', in Spanish of course. A definite stark difference to many of the other crowds I've been amongst ...
... a huge lake) to Villa La Angostura about 1.5 hours away. Angostura is a cute laid-back village that clearly caters to tourists with restaurants, ice cream parlors, and small shops of local artisanal products. The architecture of the town follows an Alpine wooden style similar to that of Bariloche's city center. We found a charming little restaurant on the main street and sat down. We had already noticed that few people in this part of the world speak English, so it came as ...
We caught and early bus to hike to cerro campanario. It was around a 30 minute hike and the views were amazing! It was so cold at the top. Once back down the mountain we continued up the road a little further and hired some bikes for a 27km bike ride. The ride was tough but pretty fun. We were chased by dogs at one stage which was ...
... Neither of us had ever eaten so much meat in one sitting (or possibly in all sittings ever combined) and we felt a little ill for the next couple of days, but we enjoyed it at the time! It was of course chased down with a bottle of delicious Malbec red vino, and post-dinner I got the birthday song and was presented with the cake that Casey had somehow constructed from the meagre supermarket supplies and meagre hostel facilities - a coconut and pineapple ...