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... as you have to buy it from a kiosk some way from the bus stop. I walked up and down the street looking for a non-existent bus kiosk until I twigged that it was a common-or-garden kiosk selling newspapers, sweets, loo paper and - bus tickets.
I then have a long bus journey down Avenida Bustillo, named after the architect who seems to have built much of Bariloche and part of Buenos Aires too. We arrive at the very smart ...
... go to the dressing area, there, instead of changing cloth you see a bank cashier, a man behind the barrier...
5. A ticket to BA - 17/2 17:00, arriving at noon next day. I spoke to a couple waiting there, there are from California, they look Indian but has Jewish origins - Moskovitz & Weizman
The city is very nice, specially the sunset lights on the mountains. It was windy on the afternoon, not any more
I rested and came to our ...
... anywhere. On our third day in Bariloche we did a 33km bike ride around the Circuito Chico, which circles a series of lakes. We got a beautiful day for it with perfectly blue skies and lots of sun. We were prepared for the length but the ride turned out to be more of a challenge than we expected. The whole ride was either uphill or downhill, there wasn't much flat. The highlight, aside from the views, was stopping for beers in little chalets that overlooked the lake along the ...
... told but could't see them), it matters here more than other places! That said Bariloche town is a nice place to spend a few hours; larger and more touristy than Pucon, this place feels like somewhere in the Alps, more wooden buildings, smoking chimneys, tonnes of chocolate sellers and outdoor gear shops. Come mid winter this place acts as the base for the local ski resorts and in summer for numerous lake side activities. It was here Ellie fell in ...
... mountains, even more spectacular then the day before. I was at the highest point and below I could see everything. A little peace of saliva ran down my face as I was having trouble closing my mouth and fighting the strong wind. I sat down, had a banana and enjoyed the outstanding view. Being acquainted only a while with the very very late sunset I figured I should head down before it gets dark. A large patch of snow was calling for Daniel my brother. He wasn't with me so ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility