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Day 3— Bariloche
Argentina Photo Gallery
August 23, 2008

Photographs courtesy Agnes Johnson, Dan & Christina Mortiz, Young Kang, Birgit & Hans Iliew, Patricia Ortiz, JoAnn Rego, Catherine Ohl, Michael O'Connor, R.T. Thompson, Mary Alexander, Danielle Battut, Peggy Knight, Don Brenholt, Nadya Penoff

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It was a short, but early, travel day getting us to Bariloche around 1 pm. Most of our rooms weren't ready yet so we parked our luggage in the lobby and went in search of food. The Hotel Edelweiss agreed to do a wine maker dinner week for us. They had a white wine that was paired with a first course and a red wine that paired with the entree. Damian was hired just for us and this was their first attempt at preparing this type of dinner. Damian did an excellent job of selecting some of the best Argentinean wines with a number of very different varietals from various regions.

Our daily routine was cocktails and local cheeses in Gene's room followed by dinner in the hotel. Most nights after dinner, rain or stars, Michael and Agnes led us a group on an energetic walk around the town and along the lake. Afterwards, some of us would hit the free internet in the bar and other would head for bed.


 

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