Peninsula Petit Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
... to Bariloche and we arrived to snow capped mountains and I immediately
knew I was in heaven!!! I haven´t been to Switzerland but Bariloche is
compared to it. I actually asked a few Swiss who were at the hostel and
they said Bariloche is similar but better! The hostel was amazing, as it
was on the 10th floor and looked over the ...
... have found a way of mentioning this (it rains about 220-250 out of 290 days of the year. I took summer and the 10 days of rain during this out). Anyway now you know.
I therefore arrived in Bariloche (you can drop the San Carlos) more than a little fed up but quickly cheered up as the hostel was simply wonderful. It turns out that Argentinians are way much more fun than Chilenos. On the night of my arrival there was an asado, a typical ...
Bariloche sits next to a lake surrounded by mountains on three sides. I promise I'll stop introducing new towns like this soon, but in the Chilean and Argentine lake district it's kind of hard not to.
Despite the similar surroundings, the cultural differences to Chile are immediately obvious. On the last boat I took to get here, there were suddenly half a dozen people drinking maté, a kind of herbal tea drunk from a gourd through a metal straw. The main street is ...
... faces in front of the refugio. (Look for the tiny people in the photos!) These people were so impressive, climbing hundreds of meters. That evening we made awesome camp spaghetti and had a bottle of wine (or two, it is Argentina after all). More stargazing ensued, with great excitement and pleasure.
It was cold and windy that night, so everyone was wearing their Northface/Patagonia/Mountain Hardware down or primafill jackets, beanies, gloves, and headlamps as ...
... Montt to the south.
The bus ride through the Andes was spectacular, and crossing the border was easy enough except for a small mishap at customs. Since it's forbidden to bring fresh food in Chile, we were pretty careful not to leave anything in our backpacks, but the Chilean dogs sniffing luggage at the border seemed to have taken a liking to Nina, given that they made her open both her backpacks. After being convinced that she was not trying to smuggle anything, we arrived ...