Hosteria La Pastorella
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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... side trip was to Villa Tacul which was basically a beach area with some trails. It did lead to a beautiful lookout though where I took a few minutes to take in the landscape. After this it was back to the bike rental place to drop off the bike. I was worried that I won't be back by the 18:30 cut off time but in the end, what they said would take about six hours, I did in four. Had I known that I could do it in that time, I would have stopped in a few ...
... ski resorts in the winter. From the main parking lot at the base of the resort, we followed the well-marked trail that ran horizontally south around the mountain with an amazing view of Laguna Tonchek lake below. During the first half of the hike to Refugio Frey, the path was fairly easy and had wooden and metal footbridges crossing a number of small streams. Then we started heading straight up a deep river valley, ascending into the forest past Refugio Piedritas (a ...
... thinking about it! We only had one full day in Bariloche so we decided to spend that visiting one of the nearby hills called Campanario. This hill is popular as it has a chairlift that takes you up to the top where you can get a really good view of the surrounding mountains. Unfortunately for us, the weather wasn't too good - very cold and wet. We wrapped up as warm as we could and headed out whilst the rain had stopped but when we got to the hill, the ...
... building) which turned out to be some sort of stock exchange business. They took some convincing as they don't usually change money, but in the end they gave us the fantastic current blue market rate of 13.5 pesos to the dollar rather than the official 8 or so! We then sat in a cafe and waited for the bus, as everything in Argentina shuts down between the hours of 1-5pm for siesta, but - thankfully - we caught just in time that since we'd crossed the border, ...
... Viña del Mar) to Osorno, I crossed the Chile-Argentina border yet again. This time it was a bit less painful but the journey still took nearly all day. I arrived in beautiful Bariloche on a Sunday afternoon and checked in to Periko's, one of the oldest and most prestigious hostels in town. It's cleaned well, the water runs hot, has a decent breakfast, a large, well-appointed kitchen, a bare backyard with a grill, and a central location. I guess that's more ...