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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
... front of your shoes, and it tired my knees. we got seats on the bus for the trip back to town so we were able to enjoy the beautiful scenery and rest our very dirty feet.
After relaxing at the Airbnb it was time to see the cathedral and grab dinner. Nick found resources for trading dollars at the unofficial exchange rate (13.1 per dollar vs 8.7) so our money should go further in Buenos Aires!
... for a look but I,m feeling a little tired and decide to head back to town, look around a little and purchase a bus trip to the largest Mount Tronador in the National Park for tomorrow and do a little shopping. Everything takes time here, purchasing a ticket or even fruit and vegetables maytake 30 minutes for each transaction,they seem to have few salespeople in some shops and you just have to ...
... asleep. Today we walked (and tried to avoid the rain) around the small town full of beautiful chalet-style buildings, had lots of chocolate from the mass of Swiss style chocolate shops and had an amazing steak lunch overlooking the lake. We even saw St. Bernards walking through the plaza with brandy barrels around their necks. Tomorrow we are hoping for better weather so we can hire bikes and ride a 60km circuit in the area and see the beautiful scenery this place has to offer, wish us ...
... I was at least another to the bus stop from there so I continued back up the main road and rejoined the final part of the trek the Bosque de Arrayanes. This was probably my favourite part as it was along Lago Perito Moreno so while you were within the forest there was more the than just trees to look at!!! The trees at the end of this trail were amazing. This trek can be done in any order so you can start where I finished if you choose. For the best part of the ...
... tent (and people do), any way you do it is expensive - flights, buses, hotels, food, tours - it all adds up in this remote region. With rough roads ahead of us, we eschewed the mildly trustworthy local agents with their old Corsas and went with Europcar and splashed out on a new Renault Duster. I'm not sure if they're in the UK but they look like a beefed-up estate car with raised suspension. Not quite a 4x4 but good for any unpaved parts.
After running around ...