Hotel Tres Reyes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... people here are warmer, more willing to open up a dialogue. The taxi drivers in Chile never made conversation. Our first taxi to the airport in Buenos Aires - Nick asked one question and we got a twenty minute discourse. I loved it.
But there is something very enchanting about this beautiful flawed land. There is quite a sticker shock. Tomorrow we will go to Cerro Campanario.
... up, clearly following him and not speaking Spanish. He started to walk but then stopped on the shoulder for a cell phone break. I did the only logical thing, and hid behind a parked car. It was getting a bit ridiculous that we'd seen each other so frequently up till now; it wouldn't do to look like I was stalking him as well. In hindsight, I felt a bit like a character out of movie. I watched him start walking again and lagged well back. A few minutes later, we arrived at a rest stop ...
... we took the number 20 bus for about 17km out of town and around the lake edge to Cerro Campanario. A chairlift will take people up about 1,000m to the top of the hill and back down for 100 pesos (about $10) each. At the top of the hill there are awesome 360 degree views of the surrounding mountains, lakes and Bariloche.
Back down at the bottom of the hill, we had to make a quick dash to the bus stop to catch the bus that just pulled up across the road. We ...
... any fruit etc that you may have on you before you land. The hostel I stayed in does not take credit cards and needs payment upfront. The local busses in Bariloche (save for the Cathedral line) do not take cash. You have to buy a travel card and load it up with credit. The journeys tend to be relatively cheap & $Arg50 (approx $USD5) was even too much for me for 4 days. If you want to head to do the trekking in Parque Municipal Llao Llao then you can either ...
... and this was it. End of camping. It was back to the hostels etc from now on. There was also a really noisy horse in the field next to us. The owner had made the irritating decision to put a bell round its neck and it decided to graze right next to us, jangling its bell all night.
From Esquena we had a day's drive to the town of Perito Moreno. We nearly ran out of fuel on the way there, arriving in one of those remote towns with the fuel light flashing and us gaining ...