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... stopped there was snow was laying on the ground, we had stunning panoramic views of the glaciers and waterfalls either side of the path. We made our way up between the two glaciers to Refugio Otto Meiling, our stop for the night. The refugio was small but cossie building with a large common area where meals where served and an attic like space where everyone slept on foam mattress right next to each other on the floor.
The chainsaw snoring throughout the night made it ...
... shops and restaurants were closed, but we managed to find a small grocery store where we purchased some bread, sandwich meat, cheese, and chips. We found a botanical garden nearby and had a quiet picnic among the trees, fountains, and a few locals passing by. We were all tired, so it wasn't ***********vince the kids to have an early night back at the hotel. Unfortunately, I woke up in the middle of the night and couldn't go back to sleep, so I spent some time ...
... it wasn't really as good as much as it cost. I also ordered the Delicia de chocolate and it was a yummy dark chocolate fudgy top over a cakey bottom. They didn't mesh but the top part was delicious.
We stopped by the grocery we went to last time La Anonima. Now I warn you - they don't give bags! We didn't realize and had to carry everything we got. Nick found a cardboard box set out as trash and ...
Another taxi ride to another bus terminal and another late leaving bus. We were off to Bariloche in Argentina which was supposed to take 6 hours. The bus took the very scenic route past the lakes of both central Chile and Argentina. The Chilean border crossing was relatively quick but the Argentinean side took an hour which seemed to be for no particular reason as we spent ages just standing around outside ...
... and into Argentina. The summit is in the Nahuel Huapi National Park, established as the first park in 1903. Just before the summit, we went through Disembarkation at the Chilean Customs Stop and after we descended, we officially entered Argentina.
Nearby was a refugee residence of Butch Cassidy, The Sundance Kid and Etta Place, who grew weary of being chased by the law and fled to South America.
Among the differences between ...