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TripAdvisor Reviews Panamericano Bariloche San Carlos de Bariloche
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... other to revel in the Earths beauty.Our lives are too short to explore the immense picture book that surrounds us.
The park has an abundance of flora and fauna.It is dominated by beech trees which rise to heights of up to 50m ,they grow very slowly and many of the specimens in the park are in excess of 400 years old.There are no conifers in the park as these were exotic trees bought over by the Europeans to create the Alpine feel in the town of Bariloche. Mammals ...
The travels continued with a short bus ride from El Bolson to Bariloche and the end of Patagonia. Even though the bus ride was short it was not short of spectacular scenery including the some turquoise lakes and a blue river snaking the road. About half way into our journey it starts to snow, not little snow flakes like on Torres but huge flakes of snow coming down almost side ways and falling into neat piles on and around the trees. We ...
... be said in many ways and he has chosen the bad one. What a rude man. Fortunately, the tow truck can make the service quickly. When we get on the truck with him, we see his “mate” cup, of course.
The next stop is to pick up the parkas at the hotel we had left them. All this without a car…
Elena and Ariana are doing homework at the lobby of this beautiful little hotel where we spent ...
... I headed back to work. Marie then firmly persuaded me that if I was going to go riding that was the day to do it as there were no tourists only her and some friends and it was going to be a lot more fun than usual. It was. We did the whole trail up to the view point at high speed, jumping logs and galloping along narrow paths in the forest. I hadnt really ridden south american style before and it took a bit of getting used to and left me with ...
... to get ready, have something to eat before catching our bus at just after 8. We do what we need to do though and make our bus.
Seems like a few other travelers doing the walk and about 8 of us pile of the bus near the start of the walk. It is a short (two hour) walk to the Refugio but tough as it is pretty constantly up and a bit dry so a bit slippery. Its a nice but would not say stunning walk through the forest but you are rewarded with some lovely views over ...