Nido del Condor Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a pebble beach but which turned out to be pumice and very light. In 2012, a volcano in Chile erupted and much of the cloud drifted over this area. In two hours, there was 20 centimetres of ash everywhere. Natalya said she spent weeks trying to clean it out of her house. The airport was closed for 7 months during the high season and it was a disaster for Bariloche as it relies completely on tourism. Natalya ...
... ničeho a oba řidiči vystoupí. Někteří cestuji ještě spi, někteří vystoupí aby si dali ranní cigaretku. Po 10-ti minutach mi to nedá a jdu se podívat, co se děje, proč jsme zastavili zrovna tady. Nikdo nevypadá rozrušeně, ale je jisté, ze autobus má nějaký problém. Oba řidiči jsou pod kapotou se šroubováky a vypadá to, ze přidávají vodu do chladiče. Tohle zabere asi 20 minut, ...
... traversing enchanted-looking pine forests, and following picturesque rivers that contained some of the most pure and delicious water I've ever tasted. But it was a hard slog, the trail was unrelentingly steep, and our legs were already angry at us for climbing Cerro Campenario earlier that morning. We were looking forward to reaching the Refugio, setting up camp, and heating up our food. When, towards the end of the trail, we started passing snow boarders who were descending ...
... 8220;sod it!” form and you plunge yourself back on the streets,this time in defeat and I plod my way back to the lobby where the cows are still chewing on the cud and I drip my way upstairs to the room knowing that at any minute the maid is going to be around. Sure enough the maids cart is outside and she is busy cleaning the neighbours room,so now I am in that position of do I join the herd downstairs or do I do something in the room.I opted for the room not ...
... day horse trek, the real patagonian 'Gaucho' experience was out of this world, with some unreal views. Today I head to Cerro Campanario, a spot that made it into National Geographic's ten most beautiful viewpoints in the world. And tomorrow, I head to the hippie town of El Bolson where everybody is either a farmer or an artist! From here I plan to hike across the Andes for a few days, pitching up at various Refugios. Off to lunch now. Will update when I can. ...