El Casco Art Hotel
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... our ice-climbing and glacier trekking adventure we made the journey downhill to Pampa Linda, it was great to find our car in one piece. That afternoon we started our long drive to Buenos Aires, after driving for a few hours we found a camp site in valley by a river for the night, amongst and apple orchard.
The following morning we were up before sunrise to get a head start on our long drive to come. We drove through rolling hills, along Rio Limay and watched the sunrise. For most ...
... out the reason for this upgrade. Our original apartment was damaged when several buildings next door caught fire and burned to the ground (and when I say next door, I mean you could see the charred ruins leaning over our balcony). This was a good reminder that accidents do happen, and we should always know how to find the nearest fire exit. This was even more concerning as the only way to exit our apartment building was to use a key - not exactly the same ...
The landscape dramatically changed once we crossed across Argentina to the west side of Patagonia on our overnight bus. The scenery became something that you would imagine of Switzerland and the town we stayed in, Bariloche, is in fact famous for being the Argentinian Switzerland due to its many breweries, chocolate shops, scenery and wooden houses. Quinn somehow managed to convince me that a 25km hilly bike ride would be a great idea ...
Another taxi ride to another bus terminal and another late leaving bus. We were off to Bariloche in Argentina which was supposed to take 6 hours. The bus took the very scenic route past the lakes of both central Chile and Argentina. The Chilean border crossing was relatively quick but the Argentinean side took an hour which seemed to be for no particular reason as we spent ages just standing around outside ...
... we learned more about:
- Spanish conquistadors who arrived in the region in the mid-16th Century
- Jesuits who landed to convert the nation to Catholicism