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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... felt like entering Narnia.
We arrived far earlier than check-in time, but were told our rooms would be ready shortly. Sitting comfortably in the lobby, happily on our devices with good WIFI, we waited until our rooms were ready. Sam and I shared a master suite that connected to the kids' studio suite…an extravagance of space and opulence that would be our last for months. Our suites were well-designed with large windows facing the lawn, lake, and ...
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.
... probably would not be best pleased.
Thankfully we made it back in time for the trout farm restaurant and were able to see our trout being caught. Supposedly, there were over 10000 fish swimming around the farm, which came as a surprise.
Head south then west to Chile and the northern Lake Region, or north-east to San Rafael then south to Bariloche and stay in Argentina? This was our dilemma. Over breakfast and pre-fuel stop, Chile was a strong favourite. A huge queue ...
... also great fun. Kayaking on one of the lakes really
made you feel like you were immersed in the mountains. We stopped at a
beach half way round and the sun was shining and the lake was so clear,
so in we all jumped. It was what I class as extremely cold, so I gave
myself a pat on the back for going in! Bariloche is famous for ...
... as a ski resort, it is incredibly pricey but the picteresque lakes, forests and mountains surrounding it make it worth the cost.
★Arrival★Via the longest bus journey so far-20 hours from Mendoza! and pricey too at 800 pesos each. However, we did get good food and several films were shown, we even got to play a game of bingo with prizes! (which we didnt win, but it was a good oppurtunity to practice our numbers in spanish!)