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This is very good 3* hotel. For decent price it offers appropriate service.
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... a few other things. One of the days Colin and I hired bikes and biked a 3km loop around the national park called Circuito Chico. Along the way we stopped off at a small town called Colonia Suiza. It's barely a town and mostly just tourist shops and a small food market but it was really cool. We had lunch here before carrying on to complete the circuit. The scenery today was some of the best! Very ...
... by the resort's van at 10:00 am. As we entered the long drive up the considerable hill, we were amazed by the grandeur of the 1930's hotel (though we had sneaked a peak earlier in the week, it was brief). The place looks like a castle in a fairy tale. It's perched atop a high grassy field, the lake surrounding it on three sides. It is beautifully landscaped with flowers, shrubs, and tall pines. The grounds and the buildings have been maintained with absolute ...
... headed off a few hours away to the hippy town of El Bolson, kind of like the Byron Bay of Argentina. Here we spent an incredible 6 days lying in hammocks dotted around a breathtaking property, eating organic bread, homemade jam and reading books till our hearts content. I know I'll be telling strangers about this place when I'm buying milk at the corner store at age 90. Our favourite place to stay and chill out to date. It was hard to ...
... to Bariloche and we arrived to snow capped mountains and I immediately
knew I was in heaven!!! I havenīt been to Switzerland but Bariloche is
compared to it. I actually asked a few Swiss who were at the hostel and
they said Bariloche is similar but better! The hostel was amazing, as it
was on the 10th floor and looked over the ...
... was looking very slim. When the boat docked the rain was gusting down, being British were we fazed yes we were. But we still set off with our guide up some steps. The steps turned into rather more than a few as we made our way up to the first viewing point to see Los Cantaros the waterfall. A HUGE volume of water was crashing down onto rocks with spray colouring the surrounding view point. As we were soaking wet any way that was not ...