Carlos V Hotel San Carlos Bariloche
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... not handle. We stopped for lunch at ‘Villa la Angostura’ an upmarket resort town and enjoyed sandwiches by the lake. That afternoon we once again found it necessary to sample the chocolate Bariloche is famous for and enjoyed a chocolate fondue afternoon tea. We had one final walk around the town getting some last minute pictures and found ourselves eating dinner at one of the local breweries near out campsite.
The next morning started with a drive out to ...
... want a good one, you’re going to have to pay for it. It cost 240 pesos ($20), but it was well worth it. Most meals here are about 100 pesos.
After dinner I came back to the hostel and I’m going to have an early night. It’s funny how I can be so exhausted after just sitting on a bus for almost a full day, but I am. I’m looking forward to going for a bike ride tomorrow. It’s supposed to be beautiful around here. ...
... with the bad weather. I don't do relaxation well. I am ready to move on. In the words of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Evita,”
What's new Buenos Aires?
I'm new, I wanna say I'm just a little stuck on you
You'll be on me too
Stand back, Buenos Aires
Because you oughta know whatcha gonna get in me
Just a little touch of star quality
The group fell into small groups for dinner, then retired early because we ...
... overtaking wasn´t allowed (completely useless since there were no other cars, no one to enforce it and no proper road), we weren´t entirely sure we were going the right way and not heading down some random farm track. We convinced ourselves we were going the right way and thanked our lucky stars that we had had the foresight to hire a big, brand new car from a trustworthy agent like Europcar, as we bumped and juddered over the rocks (mini boulders, some of them), stones ...
... got to have a bonfire out back, along the side of a creek on a perfectly clear night. Aside from all the excitement, our introduction to Patagonia was even more beautiful than we thought it would be. Bariloche is in the Lake District so everywhere you look you see crystal blue and green lakes that sit in front of snow capped mountains. It's first settlers were Germans and Swiss so just like Pucon, the architecture was beautiful and cozy and the town was filled with cafes, ...