Villa Sofia Resort & Spa
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
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... for an evening…as much as we love each other, it's nice to have other people to talk to for a change!
Our last full day at Llao Llao was spent relaxing in the morning. Catherine went on another canoe ride, but this time with her new friends from Kid's Club, and Sam Jackson ran around the grounds for the hundredth time, finding his peace with the serenity and wide open spaces that were created for him to explore. After working out and completing some ...
... the 'beach' for hours.
We went back to the apartment to plan. Last time we did Cerro Campanario so this time we chose Cerro Otto and there are a ton of touristic places touting it. We went to a wooden hut house and it cost 180 pesos to ride the teleferico up and down. The bus is free to anyone (15 minutes). That's expensive I started to worry that we didn't research and fell for a scam (extra charge ...
Bariloche is situated at a beautyful lake surounded by scenic mountain chains...but the city itself is just aweful, packed with tourists, impossible to find a room and for taking a bus you have to buy a card at the kiost which was unfortunately not available while we were there...completly wierd.
So not our favorite place. in the evening we ...
... of the best places you need to drive to, being a city it is not self contained like El Chalten. You have to buy a card and top it up to use the buses. They travel pretty far out into the sticks. Our stop was about 15km north of town. Distances are ususally marked at junctions on the road like that which makes navigation pretty staright forward. Despite this and knowing the distance it still felt like a long way, and we ended ...
... weather was worth the wait: the day was perfect. I watched the sunrise over Volcan Osorno and Volcan Calbulco in Puerto Varas obstructed by only a small amount of cloud - not the all-encompassing mass of grey I'd been fearing.
The guide, Diego, collected my rucksack and packed it in the boot of the first coach. "You are the only one speaking English on this bus - everyone speaks Spanish. You'll have to try really hard with your Spanish today, I ...