Peninsula Petit Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We made it to the top and saw the lake where all the water was coming from. Snow capped mountains turned into smooth dark grey rock which descended into the water. On a sunny or non rainy day this view would be one to stand and appreciate but with the wind blowing the rain straight at us we did not stay long. Even my normal cold weather thermals were beginning to feel soggy. We made it down the 50,000 steps (slight exaggeration but it ...
... Paul), turns out we know a LOT of the same people, they were at Darragh and AnneMarie's wedding and they used live with Aoibheann in Australia, to name but a few!! :D
Pleasantries over we caught a bus out to a viewpoint called Cerro Campinario about half an hour outside Bariloche town. You can either climb up the muddy/sandy hill or get the chairlift so we said we'd stretch our legs and climb up ourselves. It was fairly steep but the view at the top ...
... the world's most up close and attentive tour guide. We finally met up with Cruby on a perfect last night in Mendoza. They had given us an address at which to attend at 9pm. We in turn showed this address to a taxi driver who dropped us off at an unmarked front door on an unassuming (if not slightly intimidating) dark street. We selected a button and buzzed it. Then a lady sweeping the street appeared and pushed the correct buzzer. Then we were let into Cruby's amazing ...
Finalmente montagne. Confesso che mi mancavano un po', dato che negli ultimi due mesi non ne abbiamo vista una nemmeno col binocolo. Mi fanno sentire un po' come a casa, anche se siamo sulle Ande in Patagonia. Danno una bella sensazione di sapere esattamente dove ci si trovi: quella montagna lì e laggiù, quell'altra è là, e io sono qui. Un po' più di senso di orientamento e di tranquillità. Probabilmente una cosa da montanari, come direbbe Nina; fatto sta che anche lei in ...
... it eventually came and we got on our way to walking one of the mountain routes to a place called 'Refugio Frey' which was buried deep in the 'Catedral' mountain range (very popular in ski season apparently.....their combined ski-lifts can move up to 22,000 people per hour! STAT!!!). The route started out fairly flat and eventually opened up to a view of Lake Gutierrez. Aaahhhhh, so that's what we missed out on the other day!! We could even see the ...