Hotel Tres Reyes
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My bus to Puerto Madryn left later in the afternoon, so I decided to take the gondola up to Cerro Otto, a 1´400 meter high mountain outside of Bariloche. Whereas most tourist where excited about the gondola ride, I was rather scared to be honest. It was another very windy day in Patagonia and the gondola had seen better days. I don´t think that ...
... felt like entering Narnia.
We arrived far earlier than check-in time, but were told our rooms would be ready shortly. Sitting comfortably in the lobby, happily on our devices with good WIFI, we waited until our rooms were ready. Sam and I shared a master suite that connected to the kids' studio suite…an extravagance of space and opulence that would be our last for months. Our suites were well-designed with large windows facing the lawn, lake, and ...
The landscape dramatically changed once we crossed across Argentina to the west side of Patagonia on our overnight bus. The scenery became something that you would imagine of Switzerland and the town we stayed in, Bariloche, is in fact famous for being the Argentinian Switzerland due to its many breweries, chocolate shops, scenery and wooden houses. Quinn somehow managed to convince me that a 25km hilly bike ride would be a great idea ...
... mountains! Perfect
way to wake up in the morning! My friend Katie who I met in Colombia
had recommended a couple of things to do in Bariloche including hiring a
car and going to the seven lakes. Iain was keen to hire a car, so after
arriving in Bariloche at 6pm, we had organised to pick up a car at 9am
the next day.
Iain and ...
... 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 ...