Rio Hermoso Hotel de Montana
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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... you'd expect from a grandparent living in a cold climate. Doilies, teapot cosies, fire place, ornamental spoons, you name it. It was a perfect place for us to hang low for a couple of days, adjusting to the cold and doing some writing. The only problem was Mario. Everything about his manner suggested he really didn't want us there (why then he pulled over to invite us to his place, I have no idea). The only time he was half ...
... vastness of this national park. Thinking it is a simple day trip. After 2 hours in the car, with many of it spent in 1st and 2nd gear, we decided to spend the night camping. We found a windy black sand beach to camp along with a bold blue lake encircled by high peaks. Setting up the tent was an adventure in itself, but the sheer majesty of the campsite made it worth it. We ended up staying two nights. Returning again to our lonely restaurant in the ...
... along the main road that followed the lake and then in to the mountains for what seemed like hours. Although very beautiful scenery - snow capped mountains and a glistening blue lake - the climb was such hard work, especially as we had to stop several times mid-ascent for Sam to take pics! Finally the fun started when we turned off the main road, rode in to the forest and on to the rough dirt track, which led us back in to San Martin. Downhill ...
... he´s ever done in his whole life. El Bolson has its own micro climate and is always 5 degrees warmer than Bariloche. The sun was shining and the river banks were covered in the bright yellow flowers we have seen everywhere in this area, and also wild lupins in purple, yellow and pink.
We arrived in El Bolson prepared to be a little disappointed again, but this time we got it spot on. We got a taxi to El Pueblito and were warmly welcomed by ...
... hello. Canine etiquette between Chilean towns could not be more different. Pierpaolo goes off on a mission to contract gomeria and get the new rear tyre fitted to his bike. In doing so he finds that gomeria comes in many different strains. The prevalent case of gomeria in this town appears not to effect its syptoms on motorcycles, much to his disappointment. But in the end he tracks down a particularly virulent variety that will festoon itself on his worn rear end. Fnarr ...