Patanuk Lake Hostel
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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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... the peacefulness. Derek returned at 2pm after four hours of hard walking, most of which is either up or downhill. He was quite tired but had covered a lot of ground and enjoyed some beautiful views sitting all alone. That would not happen on any of the trails closer to town.
Lunch was perfect for him - Apple salad followed by a big bowl of black pasta with trout. ...
It was a wet, snowy, rainy morning in Bariloche so we ruled out going for a walk in the nearby national park very quickly. Sunday lunch at the Parrilla with Andy and Carlee seemed like a far better option. Parrillas are like giant barbecues and serve mainly big, chunky steaks and mixed grills.
By the time we left the hostel for lunch, the snow had stopped and it was just drizzly rain instead. It took ...
... pipes from an oil refinery together with reclaimed wood, plus a green roof. Having worked as an architect in Buenos Aires, Paddy travelled the world researching recycled building materials and is now practising in Bariloche. The house also has a perfect view onto Lago Perito Moreno and is attended by three dogs, a chocolate Labrador, a long haired retriever type and a Dogo Argentino. Despite appearances, the 'Dogo' is the softest of the lot.
Then we set off ...
... in the end decided to hike to the nearby beach, and just see some of the closer views. I had a very satisfactory ramble, stooping at a small beach near the lake with a funky bar and barman. I was tempted to have a swim, but made so with a paddle, thinking if I stopped too soon, it might be difficult to go on. Luckily there was a Punta Panoramic only a short 1.5km away, so I had some ...
... reclined 3/4 of the way back. However, wine was never served on any of the buses we were on, despite what we had read online. Also, a higher class of bus doesn't guarantee a smooth trip. The bus pulled into the station in Rio Gallegos and some people got off. The onboard attendant didn't tell us how long we would be stopping for though. Many of us were still sitting on the bus confused at what we should do. It wasn't until someone asked that ...