The Siete Lagos is a well-known drive through the Argentine Lakes District.
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After reading four posts on Bariloche, are you a little bit sceneried-out? Well, after living those posts, and more, we were feeling the same. The overcast, threatening weather didn't help. But, the Siete Lagos was a "must see," and a "can't miss," and it had been a while since we'd enjoyed the freedom of the open road. So we rented the cheapest car we could find and set out to see some more spectacular views. Booooooring.
|Our Chevy Corsa not only lacked power windows, AC and a radio,|
it also lacked POWER STEERING!!!
We were not aware such cars existed anymore.
And we are lucky Dave has such strong manly arms.
|The open road, not a car in sight.|
All the other people must have looked at the weather forecast.
|A very windy self-portrait.|
|Too much dead cow will make you fat.|
|Our tasty lunch.|
Sitting here in Egypt (the land of rice and pita) writing this post, I am drooling for a delicious jugoso bife de chorizo.
|This bridge seems unsafe.|
|The weather is getting more and more ominous.|
|A stormy look-out point.|
You can see more photos from our Siete Lagos drive by clicking here.