Villa Sofia Resort & Spa
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Babysitting service
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Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
... some rock pinnacles and alpine meadows, but keep the beautiful mountains and forests. Our high point in Patagonia so far had been 918 metres - a height which the Peruvian Andes and Bolivian altiplano would have scoffed at - but the climbs here are constant, short and very sharp. Our Lonely Planet had been right about the aching beauty of Villa Traful; it also commented that half the fun of getting there from Bariloche (we were doing this in reverse) was the 80km journey. Just ...
... a hodně lidi autem. Začínáme kolem 2 hod odpoledne a jedeme těch 25 km furt do kopce a z kopce. Ok, přiznávám, ze jsme dost tlačili. Také se hodně zastavujeme a fotíme zajímavosti a přírodu. Zajímavý je hotel Llao Llao, který je nejznámějším hotelem cele Argentiny. Je obklopen několika jezery, golfovým hřištěm a vypadá opravdu luxusně. Také se zastavujeme v mistnim mikro pivovaru, který nám byl ...
... so had to drag my ass across town to another place, felt like a proper spastic. Though, at least I had time for a run, a none to happy experience after so long out of the game, and without a chick in front of me wearing Skins to set the pace, it was a bit stop/start and just short of minor convulsions in the street I got back, I think need to run a bit more....or not at all, I'm undecided.
Finally though I got to Bariloche, a nice little place in the lake district, colder ...
... as you have to buy it from a kiosk some way from the bus stop. I walked up and down the street looking for a non-existent bus kiosk until I twigged that it was a common-or-garden kiosk selling newspapers, sweets, loo paper and - bus tickets.
I then have a long bus journey down Avenida Bustillo, named after the architect who seems to have built much of Bariloche and part of Buenos Aires too. We arrive at the very smart ...
... where the two guys were staying that night), and it's in the best place. There was his beautiful lake with fresh water (it comes in from underground), and it's surrounded by mountains. It simply took my breath away. The water was so shallow, except for the very middle where you could all of a sudden fall down deep. You can't see the bottom. This is what keeps the water fresh. There was a little cabin with running water there so we all ...