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Tucuman 221 , San Carlos de Bariloche, Province of Rio Negro, Patagonia, 8400, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Tucuman 221 , San Carlos de Bariloche, is near Cerro Catedral Ski Resort, Centro Civico, Refugio Frey, and Cabalgatas Huara (Horse Ride Huara).
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    Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche

    The Big Hills of Bariloche

    A travel blog entry by dinojay2 on Feb 12, 2014

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    If El ChaltÚn is the hiking capital of Argentina, then Bariloche would have to be the vice-capital. The Biden to their Barack, if you will. Or the Andy to their Conan. Or the smartass black guy to the overweight white guy in any network sitcom. But that is, of course, just when it comes to hiking, and really only by reputation since for our money, …

    Torondor...."Thunder Mountain"

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on May 08, 2014

    62 photos

    ... your first bike your parents have bought you.

    I turn toward the vista and a sight I have only ever seen in films and learnt about in geography class slaps me in the face.I know that further South I will be visiting the famous Moreno Glacier in El Calafate,but still I have never seen a glacier.It does not seem to conform to all the other views we all know,mountains,seas,desert and lakes.A glacier seems to stand on its own ,it has its own unique solitary place in ...

    Bariloche - Paradise!

    A travel blog entry by rivkapi on Feb 17, 2014

    5 comments

    ... and enslaved the local population in the plants (and mines where there are mines). In 20 years, 90% of the Indians died, some also by diaseases. The Indians used to kill their babies, to save them the hard life.
    The Spanish was receipted by the Mexican Aztecs like Gods. They captured Montesuma, and were assisted in war by local tribes who though the Spanish (Cristians) will be better than the Aztecs. A wrong thought
    Same Happened with thte Inkas.
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    #1 holiday destination (apparently)

    A travel blog entry by ashhigh on Jan 27, 2014

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    ... a man, especially when compared to a Brit! With Lucy panting and working extremely hard to keep up on the numerous ascents, we finally came across a cute little homemade brewery near the end of the circuit and had some well earned beer and empanadas. We got chatting to an Aussie woman (about 35ish) who turned out to be the 2nd traveller (after the young Attenborough) who we swore we must never ever become. She was incredibly grumpy, but had just ...

    A friendlier version of Switzerland

    A travel blog entry by mirja.bester on Nov 01, 2013

    29 photos

    ... little Mexican place and it was worth it. After a great meal, we headed back to our hotel - working off some of those delicious calories. The next day started with us being picked-up for our rafting adventure. Once the rest of the rafters had been picked-up, we met our guides, packed the equipment and drove about 100km south of Bariloche to the basecamp where the rafting would begin. The location was nice and peaceful and we were able to have a very light breakfast and get ...