Peninsula Petit Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Il faudra que l'on vous parle des repas Argentins .....il semble que les appetits soient gigantesques ici parce que même moi (eric !) je ne peux pas finir , pas question de prendre un menu complet vous allez voir ...
Après cette folle journée à B A nous sommes descendu à San Carlos de Bariloche la ville du chocolat en deux heures d'avion mais …
... imagine. The only problem was that we had arrived about a month before trekking / tourist season, so while the town was bustling and exciting, the surrounding trekking trails and campsites were mostly closed. But still we made do, packing four days of adventures into the week we spent there.
The day our actual anniversary fell it was unfortunately raining quite heavily. But, being as this was a romantically cold place anyway, this was no problem. We spent the day just ...
... designs and an isolated place at that as there are not many of them around the world .
What I see,confuses me,I see clearly below me the huge glacial pool,deep grey with sediments from millions of years of grinding rock,I see evidence of ice floes and one giant dirty ice berg and then I realize that what I thought was a side of the mountain with its tumbled rocks and boulders,is actually the glacier.It looks like stone but it is solid ice compressed under ...
... it seems. When reading in the park, we were treated to an impromptu gym performance by some exuberant (and very fit and agile) local youngsters.
The bus ride to San Carlos de Bariloche over on the western side of Argentina, bordering Chile, was much better than anticipated. We left Mardel at 7.05pm. Cama Ejutivo or big recliner chairs that recline right back enabling you to stretch your legs right out. I wouldn't say it was the greatest nights sleep but at least I ...
... upstream and partially run some of the rapids again. That was fun, but also a lot of work.
We also got to jump out and swim through a couple of rapids and being short of breath swimming back to the raft reminded me that I need to get back into the pool more often when I get home. The water was a very dark blue, the sky Argentina sky blue and the forest a very dark green.
We took out almost at the ...