Crans Montana Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Concierge desk
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Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
... opted for the chairlift which saved a considerable amount of time but still left us with about an hour's hike each way. Our intentions were to go further into the mountains to Refugio Frey but the trail markings were not in place so we settled for some great photos and decided to head to the beach and relax. Refugios translate to refuges and are basically huts in the mountains that you can hike to and camp overnight. Most of them have a small restaurant and ...
Alison: We arrived in Bariloche after a 19 hour journey on a semi-cama bus (only partially reclining seat and nothing to elevate your legs on) and we were very ready to get off! We quickly forgot the tightness of our swollen ankles when we saw the view......a huge lake and snow capped mountains everywhere. Bariloche is well known for skiing, chocolate and beer. It is a really attractive little town that looks in parts like a Swiss ski village (we imagine, ...
... Argentina are:
- Both use the peso, but Chile's is 585 pesos to $1 US. Argentina's is 8.59 to the $1 US. Chile's currency is stable; Argentina’s is not.
- Chile is famous for seafood, especially salmon. Although Argentina boasts about its trout, its real claim to fame is its beef ...
... tent (and people do), any way you do it is expensive - flights, buses, hotels, food, tours - it all adds up in this remote region. With rough roads ahead of us, we eschewed the mildly trustworthy local agents with their old Corsas and went with Europcar and splashed out on a new Renault Duster. I'm not sure if they're in the UK but they look like a beefed-up estate car with raised suspension. Not quite a 4x4 but good for any unpaved parts.
After running around ...
The station in Bariloche has a touch of the old wild west about it.
The platform is largely deserted when we arrive. People hop off the platform on to the dusty track in the heat as the mood suits them.
An engine is running back and forth moving a car carrying freight wagon. It
appears that some passengers are taking their cars with them, the 700
kilometeres or so from the foot of the Andes to ...