Patanuk Lake Hostel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPatanuk Lake Hostel San Carlos de Bariloche
This hostel is a good value for its price. It has a beautiful lake view from the common room and the staff is super friendly.
We found that it had little kitchen facilities and there only was one shower and toilet on the second floor, which could get crowded in high season. Apart from that, we would definitely recommand this nice and clean hostel, well located in Bariloche.
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Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
... but it left as soon as I got down there, so I was going to have to wait for another hour for the next bus. The Chileans were nice enough to offer me a ride into town since they had their own car. They were really nice. I found out that he is a cop and she is a teacher back in Chile, and that he liked house music. I wasn’t able to get much more out of the conversation than that though.
I got ...
... everyone in the group dressed up! White table cloth, flowers, candles and an incredible menu. We all loved our food – best meal with Tauck so far (only better meal as LaMar in Santiago on our own the first night). It was a lovely evening.
Missing my Golden Retrievers – hope you're keeping Miss Liz good company. There are many dogs here in South America, but mmany of those are strays. Sad. Makes me miss you ...
... overtaking wasn´t allowed (completely useless since there were no other cars, no one to enforce it and no proper road), we weren´t entirely sure we were going the right way and not heading down some random farm track. We convinced ourselves we were going the right way and thanked our lucky stars that we had had the foresight to hire a big, brand new car from a trustworthy agent like Europcar, as we bumped and juddered over the rocks (mini boulders, some of them), stones ...
The station in Bariloche has a touch of the old wild west about it.
The platform is largely deserted when we arrive. People hop off the platform on to the dusty track in the heat as the mood suits them.
An engine is running back and forth moving a car carrying freight wagon. It
appears that some passengers are taking their cars with them, the 700
kilometeres or so from the foot of the Andes to ...
... we are safely back and they start asking questions about our route. Is there snow up there? No. Was the refugio warden at Jacob? No, we walked past that refugio intending to camp illegally. Did meet the warden on the way down the trail though and he told us a great place to wild camp. We didnt say that actually, even though it happened! The whole 20 questions makes me wonder where they get their track information from and how accurate it is. Kinda made me think that had my health ...