Villa Sofia Resort & Spa
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Sofia Resort & Spa San Carlos de Bariloche
Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
... but I left in the middle to go see mom and dad who had finally come back. They told me to go find Sam, so I left and went to the playroom with the ping-pong table. He wasn’t there, so I went back to the kids club where I had tea and cookies, and I stayed there until they closed. Then I ran into Sam on the way back, and played ping-pong with him for a little, and then went back to get ready for happy hour. After finally getting ready, we went to happy hour ...
... confirmation for 2 beds at a hostel - we had booked a private room, but via email with the hostel learned that we may not have a room, but he definitely confirmed for 2 beds. That's fine, for one night we didn't mind a surprise.
Upon arriving in Calafete, we were told at the bus station that the hostel was a 2k walk. Since we are seasoned hikers now we decided it would be fine to walk with our 30 pounds of bags. In the sun. To a destination of ...
... we can do it. Illness hits me. Pollen everywhere and exhausted I was forced to rest halfway to Bariloche our final destination in Argentina. I came down with something awful. Not feeling well we still decided to push to our next spot. We had to get out of the tent and the cold for me to really rest. Thoughts on the worst day of my life: Who knew you could have so many emotional breakdowns in one day? Up hill More uphill Steady climb ...
... and then got off too soon on the turnaround.
A 2km walk to a campsite on the edge of a large lake and we headed off to see a nearby cascade which was nice enough. We then did a bit of an uphill pull to a nice enough vantage point. After this we did a further 5km walk through some random forrests to a small beach on the lake front. All nice enough, but not really worth the trek in themselves. We were accompanied ...
... do all the explanations twice." This was fine by me - I needed more practice having been speaking only English to Lee for a month, and, whilst I couldn't hold a lengthy conversation, comprehension usually wasn't too much of an issue.
So we set off. Diego explained that it's 200km to Bariloche, on the way we'd be stopping at a national park to see some waterfalls, and stopping in Peulla for an hour for lunch. (Somewhat irritatingly he also tries to ...