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I joined Christel and Cees, a Dutch couple I met on the Australis Cruise, to visit the seven lakes in the Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi. This is a breathtaking road winding between alpine lakes and pehuen forests. The is region is know as little Switzerland of Argentina. However, even though we saw a lot of Swiss/German/Austrian influance, the ...
... trails, and rappelling, and we wanted to try it all. On that first evening, though, we were a bit tired from all the hiking we had done in and around the town of Bariloche, and we were enjoying our luxurious rooms so much that we read until happy hour started: the 7:30 - 8:30 pm golden hour in which drinks were half-priced, and a "free" cocktail would be available, the variety of which changed daily. Having foregone alcohol the previous week, we arrived punctually at the ...
... From the ride you can see the 'trail' up. If you can call it that. It's so sandy you can't get a good footing, it's straight not zigzagging. Other reviewers said it took hours and hours.
The teleferico is about 12 minutes long.
We also went to Rapa Nui for more coffee and pastries. I got the Cappucino dolce ($52 pesos) which had condensed milk, hot chocolate, coffee, foam and chocolate sprinkles. ...
... up our 3 door little golf and I was
first to battle driving on the right hand side of the road in South
America! It wasn´t actually that bad, especially once we headed out of
down. We didn"t get back until 1am, so pretty much did 15 hours of
driving....so we definetly got our moneys worth with the hire car! It
was a great day, ...
... it) back on the boat, then coach to a picnic spot and cafe. After careful deliberation we decided against a picnic and opted for the warmth of the cafe and a hot coffee. On the boat back Susan found the radiators so the return trip time was spent warming our cloths and ourselves up. This particular trip is also a route for Chileans and Argentinians to cross the boarder. By lake then coach, then lake and coach again. For the return trip ...