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Thought I'd share our dreamy trip to Bariloche. Hope it helps those who are preparing - or might be looking for idea. We went in mid-November just as Spring is breaking out; a perfect time. Nights are pretty cool; December is probably excellent, too, and a bit warmer. It was quick, pleasant -- much better than any hour bus trip. Tho the buses are rockstar status -- no cheap Greyhounds here! We were sad there werent any trains in Argentina to speak of.
Rented a car -- truly a must. Dont get caught trying to take cabs or renting a bike, in my opinion. Roadside dust is pretty huge and so are the fumes from the old cars they're great to look at - but peeeyew! Plus -- you limit what you can see, if you dont. You'll see from what we did below. Rental guy speaks no English, but he met us at the airport - which was nice.
A few sherade moves later -- and we were off. Easy to find the town - just about 5mins away. Stunning drive rounding the bend toward the city to see Lago Nahuel Huapi -- the big lake there. We rented a house off our favorite site: vrbo. Bariloche city center is a bustling hub mostly touristy stuff for shopping.
Lots of great gardening. Rental house is outside Bariloche toward the Llao-Llao Resort prono: szhao-szhao.
Strong recommendation there comes later. Near the end, we stop for lunch at a small craft brewery they are everywhere! Good cheese board, salad, and fabulous Belgian-style ale roja. Look for one shop, in particular, that sells wool items woven by natives of Patagonia. BAck to the casita for a picnic. Scotch broom all in bloom -- bursts of yellow everywhere.