Grand Hotel Bariloche
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... at the Chilean border post and again get our passports stamped and thorough check of our suitcases to ensure no biological material comes into the country. Its a long drawn out process but at last we are through and we can take lunch at a large hotel, again in the middle of nowhere, but with a huge very. busy dining room due to the number of tourists doing this beautiful route through the mountains. After lunch its another boat across All saints lake ...
... si jejich pivo a jablečný strudl, oboje nám chutná. Jako dekoraci tam mají plno pod tácků a prázdných lahvi různého piva, hodně jich je českých. Nakonec docela musíme šlápnout do pedálů, aby jsme se stihli vrátit do půjčovny, která v 7.30 večer zavírá. Odtamtud si bereme autobus zpátky do města a k večery si dáme zbytky ze včerejška. Ano, zase hovězí…
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... got to set up our tents in this beautiful weather! The next day I thought I must have been losing my mind because it was still freezing cold and I was putting on a bikini ready to go Hyrdospeeding down Rio (river) Trancura which has a top of 3* degrees. Hydrospeeding is the closest you’ll ever get to feeling like a fish in whitewater rapids as you’re given what’s basically a boogie board and sent flying down the river. Of course we had high quality wetsuits etc...to ...
... the bar district in town as i had walked past during the day and it looked really cute and like a set out of an old western movie with cacti! I had a lovely Pine Colada, the perfect finish to a perfect day!
The next day a group of us from the hostel headed to the nearby small town of Campo Quijano for the local market. It was really small so took about 5 minutes to complete. We then checked out the nearby clothing market.
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... and rivers that Patagonia is so famous for.
Now, Argentina is massive - it's the eighth largest country in the world - which means it takes AGES to get ANYWHERE (hence the 24 hour bus ride to Bariloche). Patagonia takes up a third of Argentina's land mass (it also takes up a lot of Chile, too), so there's a lot to cover. With just 2.5 weeks to see as much as possible, we decided to hire a car. It's an expensive way to see Patagonia but then, unless you do it all by ...