Carlos V Hotel San Carlos Bariloche
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... runs. Only one section of the whole ski field was open as it's currently considered off season.
After 45 minutes of learning and practising skiing basics my instructor, Fernando, took me down a blue run with a few turns and steep sections. Was allot of fun and I managed to stay upright and maintain a good speed even after constantly looking over at the spectacular views of Lake Nahuel Huapi. From here we took a chairlift to the top basin where I skied for the rest of the day. ...
... beautiful. Bariloche itself is also really quite cute, wooden buildings channelling alpine ski resorts all set around the lake. After a couple of boxes of very cheap wine we attempted to visit the Megadisco but it was sadly closed and with no other sign of nightlife (it was already 2am) we resorted to singing! After a few days admiring the lakes we caught a bus North towards San Augustine de Valle ...
... 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. ...
... an early departure for the airport. And more importantly, Tauck paid for free wine throughout the afternoon and at dinner, so many folks were ready and willing to retire.
NOTE to those headed this way: In all our preparations, Tauck never mentioned that US $50 and $100 bills only get the special high currency conversion rate. We brought a lot of US cash to use for purchases in Buenos Aires, but it now seems that only the bigger bills get you that higher ...
... it was the longest, toughest drive I´ve ever done (and hopefully ever will) but it was also quite fun controlling the car through the dust, dodging rocks, anticipating sharp bends, hills and the like with Denise at my side as my trusty co-pilot. Similar to how I no longer like the sound of a ranch, I no longer feel the need to fulfill my boyhood dream to take part in the World Rally Championship, LeMans 24, or Dakar Rally. As far as I´m concerend, I´ve done it. I´ve done them ...