Hotel Nahuel Huapi
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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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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I would be hard pressed to think of anything that compares to the unconquerable beauty of the mountains and the deserts of this world.Both counter-supporting at opposite poles to one another,the deserts speak to us of death and the mountains speak of re-birth,both the old and the new equally obliterating us into mere specks of atomic insignificance …
Tuesday morning and out of my window it is lashing down with rain and checking on the web I can see that it will be lashing down all day,fantastic! My half day tour at 3pm is going to be a complete washout. The routine is the same though,up early,shower,dress and then go about checking the security arrangements.
This is the thing …
Bariloche, ofwel Borrelnootje (vinden wij leuker klinken) was alleen al de moeite waard omdat we nu met rondgegeten buikjes voldaan in ons bedje liggen. Die Argentinos weten wel wat ze zo'n koei moeten doen. Op de braai drmee! En dan heb je Bife de lomo, overheerlijk malse biefstuk. D'n Henk uit Kerkdriel zou er jaloers op zijn. Maar to the point ( …
... of the green oasis that surrounds the town. When we arrived at the Cerro it was unfortunately mostly closed, due to some recent graffiti that had ruined some paintings, so we only got to see a couple from a distance and then had to leave again. However, it was totally worth it and I'm so glad we did it because the cycle there and back was really spectacular! The road took us through fantastic landscapes of arid mountains, and we stopped several times to scramble up a rocky hill to ...
... is very popular with tourists. Many Argentinians travel here on their holidays as there is loads to do, from hiking, cycling, rafting, sitting in the many chocolate shops or trying out local beer and many more. I am trying to find something to buy for dad’s 50th birthday next month. We come across a nice gaucho hat and knitted socks, in the end I decide to spare my dad the funny present and look for something more useful.
Guess what we are ...