Pequeno Hotel Del Maiten
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Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
... The national park that surrounds Bariloche is full of lakes, forest, mountains and beaches. During the winter it is a ski resort. The lake/mountain combination which immediately surrounds town is reminiscent of Switzerland, in fact much of the architecture is alpine in nature and there are numerous chocolate shops. We also hit a couple of the microbreweries and we like the Honey Beer. We since learnt that during WW1 many Swiss ...
... much as the $ rate had dropped dramatically recently and it’s all
linked. Two places gave 20 to 1000 Chilean but had been offered 22 in Mendoza
only 3 weeks ago, so settled for 21 at another place.
A guy was promoting apartments at the bus station but seemed
Ok and good location so agreed to have a look once he’d offered me one for £15
a night – that way got a ride the 3km into town without having to buy a bus
First one ...
... places to stop and enjoy the magnificent views. Our next order of business then was to sample what Bariloche has become known for aside from its natural beauty that is its world renowned chocolate and ice cream. So we drove into town and made it a point to find the very best of each, and that we did. No one complained about ice cream for dinner that night, while we saved the chocolate for another day.
With only four driving days left ...
... across to Puerto Panuelo is interesting and fun, and returns us nicely worn out to the bus.
There is no doubt that Bariloche's reputation is well earned, and justifiably a favourite destination for Argentines and visitors alike. The scenery is outstanding; outdoor activities abound; and to add final spice to the mix, great restaurants in town - and did I mention Bariloche is also the craft beer capital of Argentina - can it get any better ...
... when one of the lads got drunk and wandered off across the river for a nap. We spent 30-minutes looking for him and once we found him we decided to carry him back across the river. Was a bit of a mission (and a few lost jandles) but he made it home to bed for a good old spew. Just as we were throwing him to bed the lads turned up with our luggage. A couple of the boys (who could speak fluent spanish) had stayed behind with ...