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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Tirol San Carlos de Bariloche
This is very good 3* hotel. For decent price it offers appropriate service.
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... again at the foot of the spectacular Andes mountain range. This makes for incredible views across the lake to the mountains from the city, and the mountains are mostly wooded this time. It's an interesting place because it's situated right in between the two environments - to the east you can see dry rocky mountains and to the west, pines cover the slopes. It's right on the northern edge of Patagonia and is the middle of Argentina's lake district.
We arrived with nowhere ...
... we pushed the bikes a lot. We stop a lot and take photos of interesting scenery. Interesting is the hotel Llao Llao, which is the most famous hotel in Argentina. Surrounded by numerous lakes, golf courses, it is pretty spectacular. We also stop in a local microbrewery, which was recommended. We have their beer and apple strudel, which are both nice. They have a lot of Czech beer coasters and bottles as decorations. In the end we have to work quite ******* the bicycles to make ...
... and Swiss influence here means that every third or fourth shop is an artisanal chocolate shop. The deliciousness was amazing. To top it all off there are endless things to do in Bariloche. There's a maze of extensive trekking trails connecting well set up refugios that cover the surrounding mountains, there are national parks, there are beautiful lakes, there's skiing and snow sports, there paragliding, there's kayaking, white water rafting, hot springs, bike trails, anything you ...
... I check and I have found combat trousers,proper army issue ones with Velcro tabs a revelation for solo travel,they avoid you having to carry a bag or putting things in your back pocket which are all easy spots for pickpockets and bag thieves,it leaves your hands free to photograph or protect yourself and you don't have to worry about leaving anything behind.Wallet in left leg pocket,tour cash and passport in right,camera in left trouser pocket and phone in hidden ...
... I just felt like I needed some support. It is really swollen today, not that painful but huge.
The Tratoria la Famiglia was a very popular place for locals as well as tourists. They had a huge assortment of really different pasta dishes. We started with a plate of prosciutto with heart of palm, which was delicious, and a great idea for me when we have company. I had stuffed ravioli with lamb and Eldon had ...