Villa Sofia Resort & Spa
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
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- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Sofia Resort & Spa San Carlos de Bariloche
Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
... me in almost American English about the photo. I was floored. We started chatting, and I offered him some berries. It turned out that we were going in the same direction and had had similar plans that we were about to abandon in favour of the bus. After a few moments, he said "ok, let's go!" and we started off together. At this point, random non-creepy Spanish-speaking hiking dude seemed like the lesser of two evils when weighed against walking along an Argentinian roadside. Safety ...
... 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 ...
... br> It didn't take long to walk back down the hill from the park to the bus stop. There were quite a few people waiting and bus came pretty fast. The ride back to the centro civico was equally as quick.
We were starving after our walk and had already decided to go to eat dinner before going back to the hostel. A Mexican restaurant was our first choice, but it was still closed. Manush, the brewery bar we were in a few days ago, was open though. We ordered ...
... a hostel that if you looked at the map of Punta Arenas and saw where the town fell off the map, that is where you would find it. So I still walked my ass into town looking for somewhere to watch and have dinner but the town was virtually shut down so everyone could watch the game. They even set up a big screen at the grocery store for the checkers and baggers to sit and watch, rather than checking and bagging. Anyway, I walked back to my outskirts of town, no heat hostel and ...
... ate beside the lake, with a bottle of wine which I'm sure improved our kayaking skills! We also finally tasted Mate which the Argentine's take around with them absolutely everywhere. It's actually not bad, it's just a strong green tea, we couldn't have left Argentina without tasting it at least once to see what all the fuss is about!