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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
... Argentina steak however has not lived up to expectation as yet, we drank some very nice Malbec wines and frequented the choccy shops! We swapped accommodation after a couple of days and checked into hostel pudu, si was sick one day so we stayed in, watched movies and tried to work no the next leg of the journey. As you may or may not be aware we seem to be getting through this all quicker then expected! We met ...
... the lake and had an amazing dock that hung 10' over the crystal clear water. Owen found great joy in taking running starts and launching off this dock.
We received a game changing bonus when the owner of the house asked if we wanted to rent his car for the time we were here. Although we had great ambitions of walking and busing everywhere this little car allowed us to properly explore The Lake ...
It was a wet, snowy, rainy morning in Bariloche so we ruled out going for a walk in the nearby national park very quickly. Sunday lunch at the Parrilla with Andy and Carlee seemed like a far better option. Parrillas are like giant barbecues and serve mainly big, chunky steaks and mixed grills.
By the time we left the hostel for lunch, the snow had stopped and it was just drizzly rain instead. It took ...
... car was approximately 4 hours further. We therefore head back and eventually made it to the bottom after 7 hours of trekking, sun burnt, cramping up and generally feeling like we had been hit by a train. We also did a cycling tour of Llao Llao which takes you past some of the best views in Bariloche. We had more than a few stops for photos, swimming in the lakes and of course a few cervezas.
One of the ...
... the challenge. It was hard but not undo-able. We had a snack and a rest at the viewpoint. From there we continued by traversing two hours on the steep mountainside, climbing up and down, scrambling over rocks, the wind threatening to knock us right off the mountain. It was a tough two hours but rewarding. Condors flew overhead. The river surged below. And the group was fun to be with.
At the summit of the ski resort we had another rest and snack and began our hike ...