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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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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We continued our trek up the hill to the hostel we stayed at - Albergue el gaucho.
Since we came from Chile - we notice Chileans have nicer cars. Lots of cars here have a terrible smell that nick claims they don't have a catalytic converter. I don't know if that's true but it's bad. I don't nearly remember cars in Chile smelling like that. Also, Santiago's road were fantastic.
... might lead somewhere less dangerous (Argentinian drivers are not known for extreme caution.) I passed a young guy that I'd already seen a few times - we made eye contact and laughingly said "hola!" because it was a bit like "oh, you again. I just saw you." He left the forest and went out onto the road. Even though we'd just been going in different directions, I decided to follow him. Here was a bit of local knowledge - I'd just do what he did. However, it'd be a bit weird if I ...
... of herbal tea although the preparation is somewhat different. A gourd, or cup, with a special metal straw is filled pretty much full of the leaves before hot water is poured over the top. The result looks like a bubbling, algae filled swamp, but when sipped slowly through the straw, it's actually quite a nice drink even if it is quite bitter. More water is then poured over the top and the procedure keeps repeating.
With the card charged and David filled with ...
... Information: Inside the airport terminal as you come out passed customs there are a number of men shouting 'taxi' these are not touts they are the actual taxi me if you go outside to the taxi rank all of the taxis are abandoned as the drivers are all inside the arrivals hall - taxi into town costs approx $Arg140 (lots of speed ramps into town slows the taxi journey down quite considerably). Your luggage is scanned when arriving in and all fresh food is confiscated - ...
... to get excited about two weeks of driving and camping through Patagonia - a place I have dreamed about visiting ever since my teens when I discovered it was real and knew where it was. However, it was really cold. We steadily froze in our tent as I remembered the saying, "There's no such thing as bad weather, just the wrong clothes." And we definitely had the wrong clothes, and sleeping bags. Sat in the UK, planning 5-6 months of travelling, we were bound to be ill-equipped ...