Galileo Boutique Hotel Bariloche
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... then I took them to my hostel, which they agreed was a good idea after they realised they probably couldn't camp in the city centre! It was great riding with the Chileans, they were incredibly fit, or there bikes were lighter than mine, or both, but I had to work my socks off to stay with them on any hills. Which was great! All but one of them claimed this was their first year cycling. I ...
... with his guacamole. Jonny also spent some time living in Mexico studying so he loves a bit of the guac. I don't really know where the day went but I just stayed in and around the hostel. Then at 8.30 we all got our own place names and put them where we wanted to sit. I was sitting at a table with Anto,Belén (the lovely Argy girls) Jonny, Harry and Danny ( from England) then a sweet German couple and an Austrian guy who was also funny. We had dinner ...
... and with less features. We went to the supermarket to buy some bread, ham and cheese and wandered down to the lake front. Bariloche reminds me of Banff but on a lake. It's quite beautiful and serene especially today because the lake was calm. We ate lunch on the sea wall and then had a siesta in the sun on a grassy knoll with the locals. It was cool this ...
... I also transfer to more central accommodation at Hosteria El Nire, at the junction of O'Connor and, well, O'Connor. Must be two different O'Connors famous enough to have streets named after them in Bariloche.
I decide to go to the Llao Llao peninsula to walk in the Parque Municipal's old growth native woodlands (need to keep my hand in for return to the Woodland Trust). Purchasing a bus ticket seems ...
... get out and walk up a steep hill to get to the van. Gauchos on horses trotted past us to bring the rafting equipment up the hill. Very amusing watching a Gaucho carry a kayak on horse back. We got changed in some little huts and then in the van for about a 20 min ride back to the campsite. Lunch was waiting for us at the campsite, this was not included in the trip, but another 160 pesos for a great asado and salad. We then had time to wander around take pictures ...