Bosque del Nahuel
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
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... and rivers that Patagonia is so famous for.
Now, Argentina is massive - it's the eighth largest country in the world - which means it takes AGES to get ANYWHERE (hence the 24 hour bus ride to Bariloche). Patagonia takes up a third of Argentina's land mass (it also takes up a lot of Chile, too), so there's a lot to cover. With just 2.5 weeks to see as much as possible, we decided to hire a car. It's an expensive way to see Patagonia but then, unless you do it all by ...
Today went quick. I woke Up at 12, and headed down to see if some of the other guys were up. We went for lunch/dinner, and found that you could get 3 big pizzas for 150, which we of course snapped up, After pizza back to hostel and chill with pool before dinner, which was 30 for an amazing bead and ...
... alone is despondently accepting she will miss her bus connection and faces an overnight stay in Viedma. We stop at a dusty town where a passenger takes delivery of his car from the car wagon, and a new mattress, straps the mattress to the top of the car and drives of in a cloud of dust.
Eventually, without ceremony, we slide into Viedma. After nearly 22 hours on the train we now have no time to see the town, ...
... Now, having been in Chile for a week our steak & wine levels were getting low so we really had to sort that out. We went to a highly recommended local place called El Boliche de Alberto to have our fix. We were not disappointed. We were warned in advance that the portion sizes were massive so we decided to be good and share a steak and two sides. Wow, there was still enough for 4 people but as you can see we ...
... of chips you get with it! At least half the size of the chips in a happy meal at home! We walked back up to the hostel which was on a very steep hill! It was still hot so we bought some ice lollies which were ridiculously cheap and were very refreshing. Back at the hotel we booked our bus for Mendoza and chilled out playing some cards. We ended up not going out for dinner but went to bed at a reasonable time. On Wednesday morning we got up early to go cycling and ...