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Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
We started the morning with a great talk by Hans Schultz, a local author and teacher of German descent. He discussed the Nazis in Bariloche and Argentina. See below.
After the talk we boarded our bus with Ezekiel and Alex to go to San Ramon Estancia on the Steppe. It is a 62,000 acre ranch. The landscape looked much like Northern Arizona. …
We left at 8:00 AM for San Carlos de Bariloche. Due to Argentine laws, Alex would have to meet us in Argentina. We had Pilar as our director and she was like a standup comedienne. Our first stop was at the Auto Museum Monopulli, a large collection of Studebakers and other old cars on a dairy farm. At the border we hit a lot of snow that had fallen …
... hives of activity in these towns. comedy of errors though it was. I.e. they had only 2/14 beers on the menu and ran out of pint glasses half way through the night, followed by al glasses about 1am. so yo literally had to finish your drink before you could hand over the glass for a refill, which of course took about 2 hours to appear. I am reliably informed by Owen, that this is not a correct representation of an bar in ireland, where they would normally be throwing ...
... from a money machine on Argentina (official rate for NZD is 4, this way I got 6.15 and on the latter that includes all the bank fees which the former doesn't!). Honestly it is ******- please check what the situation is before you come here and try to manage as best you can as can not see it getting better.
The Nitty Gritty
Accommodation: 41 Below: a lovely hostel that feels just out of the town centre but is only about two minutes from the main plaza on foot. It ...
... vehicle. I decided to go to Teleferico Cerro Otto, a lookout located only 5km from the centre. Unfortunately the only route option I had was to walk along the (very busy!) road, which had no pavement but just a sandy/gravelly strip running along it. Still better to stretch my legs than get on yet another bus!! Thankfully it was just a short distance and before long I was at the bottom of the Teleferico buying my (expensive!!) ticket and waiting to board. 4 ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Fantastic views, large and lovely rooms, nice lounge area and very close to the wonderful town.
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