Hosteria Posada del Rio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHosteria Posada del Rio Chile Chico
The Posada is very nice. The room is comfortable and the breakfast is good. You don't get in touch with other People and the Posada is really out of town. You can't walk and when you don't have a car, you Need a taxi and there might be no oportunity to do a tour.
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... about an hour for an apparently no existent bus before we decided that taxi would be a good idea. When one finally rocked up, 4 of us jumped straight in.Our driver was only happy to drive us to the border, but was happy to organise one of his mates to pick us up on the Chilean side which was nice of him. We exited Argentina pretty easily and then had to change taxis in between the borders and entered Chile equally as easy. We ended up paying less for the trip to ...
... were very cheap. They have the biggest most amazing chocolate shops..shame I dont do Chocolate..I went into a Supermarket and they are very much like ours.
They have a large square just as you get to the main street and all the young kids hang there with their skate boards, there is also a bloke with a huge Saint Bernard dog and two pups...really cute but charging for photos of course so we had to sneak a couple. Back at the hotel ...
We had received the recommendation to take the ruta 12 to Esquel. 200km dirt road along the river Chubut. At a sunny day we found perfect road conditions and great views all the day: Red rocks and green trees at the river banks. Even the gas station in the middle of nowhere had fuel. Perfect.
In the evening we camped directly at the scenic rock Piedra Parada and enjoyed the sunset.
Shortly after we arrived in Peurto Ibanez, we diceided to hitchhike towards Coyhaique, the passageway to the fjords of Chile. We received gracious gifts of avocado, tomato, and bread from our friends Mélanie, Zohar and Phoenix, and continued on our journey. We had been planning for quite some time to visit the island of Chiloé, but heard rumors of social unrest in the surrounding regions of southern Chile. ...
... another hour or so of more stunning scenery, we arrived on the shores of the huge lake in Bariloche. What a view. The lake was hundreds of square kilometres, surrounded on every side with snow capped mountains as vast as you can imagine. The town, having a strong Swiss influence, was reminiscent of the European ski resorts, but just slightly less quaint and more Argentinian! We lucked out with our hotel room and were the only ...