Grand Hotel Bariloche
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... end, acting out messages to me through the bus window and saying he'd add me on Skype. It was eerie how well we hit it off, and he seemed to just know things about me (he guessed my birthday to within 2 days on the first guess). As I got on the bus, he told me that he felt that this wasn't the last we'd see of each other. Although this has overtones of Donald the Black Stranger, I have to wonder if it's true, because if it is, I owe him a big debt for bailing out a complete stranger several times ...
... 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…
Parek ze včerejška nás ...
... 2 in one for a small amount of money) we just went to bed, talked and laughed about our stupid decision and that we find someone just like us. I am as stupid as Alison, she as stupid as me.
Alison and I met a couple from Belgium and a Brazilian guy we've met in Puerto Varas for a bike ride through the mountains.
We decided to do the circuito chico, which is 36 km on paved and unpaved roads and gravel roads. ...
... but they had had some mega competition. However the viewpoint from the top was stunning, perfect conditions for some photos. The area has tons of mountain huts that you can trek between, and tonnes of climbing, but I stopped researching that with dodgy feet. We managed to time this little visit perfectly, as it started spitting on the ski lift back down.
The rest of my time in Bariloche was spent sampling ...
... this time, so we had two person kayaks. I shared mine with a cool Australian girl. We went out to the other side of the lake, ate some pastries, drank mate (or coffee or tea), and then turned around. When everyone from the tour left, I had to wait for the guide. He told me that there were some things he had to get together, but he told me about a short hike up to a waterfall that I could do while he was doing things. Again, never to refuse ...