El Casco Art Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
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... It was definitely authentic and quaint, and I have no doubt that the guachos running it would be living in the mountains somewhere regardless of whether Refugio Lopez had been built by the national park service. It was a great place to rest for an hour before heading back down the mountain. Bariloche really is a stunning city almost dead center of the national park here in northern Patagonia called Nahuel Huapi. The large lake it sits on goes by the same name ...
... street look dodgy but there was one guy who looked particularly scary. He was tall and thin with a tracksuit and a baseball cap on. He had bad teeth and was very grubby looking. I was about to cross over to avoid him but Nigel must have seen something in him that I didn't because this guy was the chosen one! I've seen a few folk like this around his hometown of Prestatyn so maybe he felt a bond...he h. Negotiations started on what rate he would give us but ...
... place just can’t be beat. Other amenities include ski runs and complete spa facilities, so it’s popular all year round.
We checked into our hotel, checked out the facilities and relaxed before dinner. We dined on property and retired early. Tomorrow is a free day, something you don’t get often with Tauck. I don’t deal well with down time. It will be interesting to see how we will fill our day.
... of driving we had, after consulting with our roadmap of Argentina, covered a distance about as long as a finger nail. Along the way, we passed through the town of El Bolson. Some people in Bariloche recommended we stop by there but we couldn't see why, it was a pretty strange place. All of the towns along Ruta 40 have an eerie feeling to them. They're very quiet and, being so remote, it's hard to think why a town exists at all. I'd be amazed if passing traffic can support a ...
... of rock.
A man across the isle draws are attention to the stunning sight of a flock of pink flamingos soaring across a lake. He and his girlfriend are from the North of England. Travelling on a tight budget they are going with the flow, not planning their route too far ahead. Their enthusiasm has also overcome having all their luggage stolen two days into their trip. I admire their spirit but have to admit I do like ...