Galileo Boutique Hotel Bariloche
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... normal;">Germans who colonized the area – paid by the Chilean government -- bringing with them specialists in raising cattle and dairy animals, farming and growing barley.
The truth is, because the Germans were so well established here, the German language and food so dominant, it made it easy for post-WWII Germans to settle here. They didn't even have to learn Spanish.
For much of our ride through southern Chile, ...
... 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 ...
... there was nothing rapid about the bus, turning up so much later than it was due to depart. Consequently, we reached our destination in Bariloche much later than planned at around 4. This left not much time to do any activities like we wanted too as by the time we had got a taxi to the hostel and checked in it was getting late. ...
... As we had to hang around for an extra day we just visited a national park outside of Bariloche, which was nice, but it was so windy and cold that we didn't hang around for too long. We also managed to polish off the ice cream and chocolates no problem. We also ended up staying in a different apartment for the last couple of nights to save on costs, as the one we'd been in over Xmas was going a bit beyond our budget. Let's hops we make it back to Santiago in time for our ...
... we are safely back and they start asking questions about our route. Is there snow up there? No. Was the refugio warden at Jacob? No, we walked past that refugio intending to camp illegally. Did meet the warden on the way down the trail though and he told us a great place to wild camp. We didnt say that actually, even though it happened! The whole 20 questions makes me wonder where they get their track information from and how accurate it is. Kinda made me think that had my health ...