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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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Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
My bus to Puerto Madryn left later in the afternoon, so I decided to take the gondola up to Cerro Otto, a 1´400 meter high mountain outside of Bariloche. Whereas most tourist where excited about the gondola ride, I was rather scared to be honest. It was another very windy day in Patagonia and the gondola had seen better days. I don´t think that ...
... environment in which we found ourselves was every bit as spectacular as we could have hoped. Once we got used to the limited options on the menus in the two restaurants, and understood we'd be waiting an hour for food to be served, we enjoyed our meals. We discovered on the second to last day that we could be driven over to nearby restaurants for a change of pace, and experienced Gabbiani, an Italian gem with delicious food, friendly service, and a charming garden.
... the 'beach' for hours.
We went back to the apartment to plan. Last time we did Cerro Campanario so this time we chose Cerro Otto and there are a ton of touristic places touting it. We went to a wooden hut house and it cost 180 pesos to ride the teleferico up and down. The bus is free to anyone (15 minutes). That's expensive I started to worry that we didn't research and fell for a scam (extra charge ...
... 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 ...