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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and I rounded the kids up for one last hike up the same mountain we had climbed a few days before, but this time we shortened it as a gift for the kids. Though we were ready to explore the seductive city of Buenos Aires, Bariloche would prove to be our favorite area of Argentina. The next time we'd visit Patagonia would be in their winter, across the border in Chile for skiing in July.
Excerpt from Catherine's Journal:
As we arrived ...
... however when we got to the place the boleteria (ticket office) advertised the same prices. Whew! relief. though still damn expensive.
This is what we are noticing everywhere. Argentina is expensive! Holy heck what happened. Nick says it's because inflation is at 10%. All over shop windows advertise a discount if you pay in cash. Descuento con efectivo.
Back to the Cerro. ...
... dinner in a pasta place where people were waiting in line outside and you could see the cooks preparing the fresh pasta - it looked very promissing. And we both ordered Lasagne...and here is what I found in my so called lasagne: some dry minced meat, a lot of ham, some weird saussage, cheese, more cheese, even more cheese, corn and one layer of ...
... and then got off too soon on the turnaround.
A 2km walk to a campsite on the edge of a large lake and we headed off to see a nearby cascade which was nice enough. We then did a bit of an uphill pull to a nice enough vantage point. After this we did a further 5km walk through some random forrests to a small beach on the lake front. All nice enough, but not really worth the trek in themselves. We were accompanied ...
... do all the explanations twice." This was fine by me - I needed more practice having been speaking only English to Lee for a month, and, whilst I couldn't hold a lengthy conversation, comprehension usually wasn't too much of an issue.
So we set off. Diego explained that it's 200km to Bariloche, on the way we'd be stopping at a national park to see some waterfalls, and stopping in Peulla for an hour for lunch. (Somewhat irritatingly he also tries to ...