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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and in a kind of oasis of green. Although we felt low down in comparison to our surroundings, Uspallata is just over 2000m above sea level, and we noticed the difference in altitude when we walked up to the town, two hours away. After getting food for dinner and buying a bus ticket to Bariloche for two days later, we hopped on a bus back to the hostel and went for a dip in the creek in the middle of the valley. After the hustle and bustle of Mendoza and Buenos Aires it was so nice to ...
In the morning we agree that we will not extend at this hotel. We prefer to spend the whole morning looking for another place. We got back to the hostel we originally booked and we are lucky they had a cancellation. But this is for places in dorms, which is a first for us. But the hostel has magnificent views and very good ratings, so we decide it is a good place to try out sleeping in dorms, two separate dorms in fact. Now this place is probably the strangest, but ...
... sense) literally wasted none of it. It was perfect. I was high on life after that. Or, more accurately, high on steak. The next morning, Dietrich would be leaving the hostel at 8 to head down to the bottom of the world. I would be leaving for Mendoza. It was good to have such a great, bromantic final dinner. So he went to sleep early, and I stayed up and played geography quiz with a German guy, a Canadian guy, and 2 English brothers. Here are some ...
... I also now understand the “black glacier” reference ,the ice itself is sheer at the face and coffee coloured in different layers of roasted “bean”,some layers a rich brown others a butterscotch cream.It is deathly quiet,unmoving but you know under that unbearable weight ,the forces of nature are at work forming the necessary thin water layer that will cause it to slip an inch and an inch will be all that it takes to cause a great block to ...
... beer, we continued on into town, having one of the many Argetnine dogs follow us most of the way into the main part of town.
For dinner, we went to Antares restaurant and met up with a friend of a friend who lived in the town. He was a really great and knowledgeable guy who was very interesting and interested in telling us about the history of his country and how the town of Bariloche came to be.