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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Arriving in Bariloche in Argentina with my new travel buddy Mary felt strangely familiar. The forested mountains and crystal clear blue/green lakes resemble the Swiss or French Alps and the chocolate-box buildings in the town reminded me of Belgium. That along with the various restaurants advertising fondue and raclette gives the place a distinctly …
... before their smile is right and they "don't look fat." So right away, to me, there is an inherent falseness to the picture. Next, the setting. Basically, I see the solo selfie serving only to say "Look at me, and also look where I am. That's me where I am! Look!" It can be good for family and friends to see a familiar face (holy alliterations, Batman), but mostly I think it's self-serving so people can get more attention, Facebook likes, and comments. ...
... up even though it was still running. Stupid dick. We contemplated walking to the top but it was getting dark and we already thought we deserved a beer so we caught the bus back to town.
We did a huge pub crawl to 4 of the breweries in town. Bariloche is renowned for its artesenal and boutique breweries which provided some really quality beer. We had a bunch of cheap beers before we were all pretty drunk and stumbled ...
... I also now understand the “black glacier” reference ,the ice itself is sheer at the face and coffee coloured in different layers of roasted “bean”,some layers a rich brown others a butterscotch cream.It is deathly quiet,unmoving but you know under that unbearable weight ,the forces of nature are at work forming the necessary thin water layer that will cause it to slip an inch and an inch will be all that it takes to cause a great block to ...
... we left Buenos Aires.
We jumped immediately off the bus, grabbed our gear and got a taxi to the Hotel Antartida, which was along the main street in town. We headed immediately for some food, then walked around the main street and the town square before heading back to the hotel and drinking some Quilmes to ease the pain from the long bus trip.