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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, …

    Bariloche "Little Switzerland"

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on May 06, 2014

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    ... one of them being the half day tour today and another on Thursday to see the lakes,for this in essence is the “Lake District” of Argentina. Wednesday I decided to have a free day to walk the town.It did not stop me this morning from trying to walk the town though despite the cold Andean rain trying to break my spirits. So after breakfast which incidentally had the same dismally shaped breakfast bowls as in Mendoza! I took out my heavy winter rain jacket which ...

    Bariloche - Paradise!

    A travel blog entry by rivkapi on Feb 17, 2014


    ... 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.

    Rafting to the limit with Chile

    A travel blog entry by adamthrock on Jan 10, 2014

    9 photos

    ... upstream and partially run some of the rapids again. That was fun, but also a lot of work.

    We also got to jump out and swim through a couple of rapids and being short of breath swimming back to the raft reminded me that I need to get back into the pool more often when I get home. The water was a very dark blue, the sky Argentina sky blue and the forest a very dark green.

    We took out almost at the ...

    A friendlier version of Switzerland

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

    29 photos

    ... and relaxation where we made use of the hotels indoor/outdoor pool and the sauna. The hotel also offered massages which we most definitely made use of. Unfortunately, there was some sort of conference next door to the pool/massage area so it wasn't as relaxing as we had hoped but we also shouldn't complain. That night we had dinner at the hotels excellent restaurant and went to bed, sad that our stay in Bariloche was over but excited about heading further south to El ...