Hotel Tres Reyes
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... gondola would get an operation permit in Switzerland to be honest. Well, the trip got rewarded with a spectacular view over Bariloche and the lakes. As soon as I wanted to go down, they shut down the gondola for one hour due to high wind, surprise surpise ;-). I made it back to the bus station on time and was ready for another 12 hour bus trip to the east ...
... us, Llao Llao's greatest appeal was its array of activities. There were many, and they were easily accessed. Their fitness room was small but feelt spacious, thanks to the floor to ceiling windows with views to distract from a challenging workout. Sam and I got to exercise each day while the kids did their school work. There was a game room with pinball and other old arcades, a Ping-Pong table, foosball tables, and pool tables. They offered bikes, archery, canoes, ...
... however when we got to the place the boleteria (ticket office) advertised the same prices. Whew! relief. though still damn expensive.
This is what we are noticing everywhere. Argentina is expensive! Holy heck what happened. Nick says it's because inflation is at 10%. All over shop windows advertise a discount if you pay in cash. Descuento con efectivo.
Back to the Cerro. ...
... 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 ...