Soft Bariloche Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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I joined Christel and Cees, a Dutch couple I met on the Australis Cruise, to visit the seven lakes in the Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi. This is a breathtaking road winding between alpine lakes and pehuen forests. The is region is know as little Switzerland of Argentina. However, even though we saw a lot of Swiss/German/Austrian influance, the ...
... Texas on day 5 of our stay, who live REALLY close to home in Houston. They reside only a couple of houses down from my parents in West University. WEIRD. And they've lived there since the mid 1990's, so they've shared airspace with my parents for 20 years and have never met. Dave and Ally had heard about Tom and Peggy, as well as Rusty and Tissy (who live a couple of blocks over), but it took our chance meeting in Argentina to introduce these neighbors to each other. ...
... front of your shoes, and it tired my knees. we got seats on the bus for the trip back to town so we were able to enjoy the beautiful scenery and rest our very dirty feet.
After relaxing at the Airbnb it was time to see the cathedral and grab dinner. Nick found resources for trading dollars at the unofficial exchange rate (13.1 per dollar vs 8.7) so our money should go further in Buenos Aires!
... I met up with Rach and we headed off to get some chocolate. I'm impressed by both white and dark but fairly indifferent about the milk. It tastes more like American Hershey's rather than say, Cadbury's or even Galaxy.
In the evening I got on with sorted my Arg pictures before heading out to the pizza place from the first ...
... finally gave in to temptation and went to one of the bigger and renowned chocolate shops (the guidebook warns against getting sick on the cheap stuff). If the shop in Puerto Varas had been Honeydukes, then this place was Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory. Truffles of every variety you can imagine lined glass counters and the eyes of children and adults alike widened with the possibilities. I bought a small boxed and filled it with one of everything.
They didn't last a day.