View Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... are at the back of the bus with screwdrivers and they seem to be topping up the cooler with water. This takes about 20 minutes, just before we leave they ask around if people have any spare water and we set off. At lunch time we stop at a small restaurant, have some food and again after a while we notice our bus drivers have gone somewhere. It transpires later that they went to find a mechanic and bought some small part, like a hose. 45 minutes late we are leaving. So this ...
Up early as I wanted to check out the town but as it's Sunday nothing was open. Oh dear…..
So a group of us (Karl and Cindy) went for a 2 hour to walk each way to check out the ski lift so we could get views and photos of the breath taking scenery. It was so windy up there but so worth it. The ski lift was fun too as ...
... the official rate to buy big bills from foreigners. Crazy. Luckily we knew about this before we entered, so we came with $400 in cash each. I wasn't sure if it was taboo or frowned upon, so we just kept pretty quiet about it and asked for the official money exchange places. But then, whaddya know? Almost every store we walked by on the main street had someone offering us "cambio, change." I guess it is not taboo in the slightest, even though it's ...
... a bus for over a day but the buses in Argentina are very good and it was like travelling business class on a plane... just for a REALLY long time. The 'cama' seats (literally 'bed') recline to almost 180 degrees and they played movies ...
... Aires? A sad, grey hospital that wouldn't look out of place in Hackney stood tall close to our hostel. There was also a McDonalds. The dirty Golden Arches, where we shamefully sought sanctuary on hangover days. I don't like to use the "c word". No intelligent person does surely. However, 'commercial' is pertinent in the description of Bariloche. Any hostel would be luxury compared to our chewed up sleeping mats and bags. They smelt worse than the 6 week ...