Grand Hotel Bariloche
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... in the evening and felt as if we'd been transported to an Alpine ski resort. Other than the lakes I keep banging on about there were wooden buildings, chocolate shops and German sounding pubs everywhere. The following day we lazed about in various locations. In the van, at the campsite and obviously by the lake where there were tons of Argentine families getting their Asado on. A dinner in town (steak, obvs) finished up our time in Saint Martin and our time in the south of ...
... with the bad weather. I don't do relaxation well. I am ready to move on. In the words of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Evita,”
What's new Buenos Aires?
I'm new, I wanna say I'm just a little stuck on you
You'll be on me too
Stand back, Buenos Aires
Because you oughta know whatcha gonna get in me
Just a little touch of star quality
The group fell into small groups for dinner, then retired early because we ...
Despite driving the length of Wales the day before, we had to make a prompt exit from Puerto Madryn the next day to get back to Bariloche (where our journey began) in one shot since thereīs not much in between. This is an 880km drive (547 miles) which would take about eight hours. To continue the comparison game, thatīs slightly more than driving from Truro, way down in Cornwall, all the way to Glasgow. Since the roads in these parts are empty other than the occasional ...
... but nevertheless, I didn't want to ruin the moment, so kept going up.
I'm glad I did, as we were rewarded with the most stunning of views. You could see the forest, lakes and mountains that surround Bariloche. There were even some pine cones here, which symbolize Christmas to me! It was a bit windy up there, so we didn't stay too long, as we had a dinner to cook. Going down, I had to be very precarious, I really though I would slip right down the cliff. I ...
... see is we could complete one of the classic walks. The book suggest you take the gondola up to 2000m before walking along the ridge and following a trail back down away from the ski lifts. When we arrived it was clear that there weren't any lifts running. Undeterred we set off up the climb to see how far we could get. Although it was hot and there were a large number of horse flies, we made it up onto the ridge and were rewarded with stunning views out across the ...