Hotel Nahuel Huapi
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Nahuel Huapi San Carlos de Bariloche
Good 3 star place,in the centre of town,wi fi weak in rooms.Reasonable breakfast.Very close to the lake.Safes in rooms big enough for laptop.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Nahuel Huapi San Carlos de Bariloche
Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
... the archery that we did in Kyoto where it was all about the ritual of pulling the string, this kind of archery was simply about hitting the target. The target was mounted on a stack of hay and made of paper (of course they had to put a new target up every time a new group came out to shoot). Each person got five arrows to start with and when all of the arrows were exhausted, we walked over to the target to get five more. Many of the arrows were very deep in the hay, so ...
... was loose and fine like sand on a beach. Really thick dust.
We conquered it. 38 minutes. We earned the emapandas and I so desired a beer. We order 5 empanadas and two Quilmes when we realized we dont have enough cash and so no beers for us, not even one. Immediately it hits us. We also don't have money for the ski lifts down. Bah!
Some people on trip advisor said they went down free but we tried and he asked ...
... out to be the best dinner we had in South America and probably the best steak of my life. There were some scraps of fat left over which a stray dog was more than happy to wolf down. He then decided to follow us back to our hostel where he had to say our goodbyes.
February started well as the clear summer skies provided ideal weather for an afternoon of kayaking. We relaxed in the hostel for the morning before being picked up ...
Argentina to Chile and back again....
Cordoba, Argentina: The second biggest city in Argentina outside of Buenos Aires of course. We arrived finally after our longest drive day yet, leaving Cafayate at 5.30am and arriving at 9.30pm...not to mention a top temperature of 46* degrees this day! We were Argentineans for the night who normally wouldn't eat dinner until 11pm. Of course, because we have the worst luck our full day in Cordoba was a Sunday which meant that most things to ...
... then jumped on a bus to the bus station and bought a ticket to Mendoza. This ended up being the best bus trip i have been on yet with comfy seats, games of bingo (with a bottle of wine as the prize), nice food, and we watched 3 good movies in spanish and English.
I arrived in Mendoza feeling pretty refreshed and found my hostel i'd booked. It was pretty dirty with cockroaches in the bathroom, but i ended up staying there for about 4 nights and the place grew on ...