San Carlos de Bariloche

I traveled to the town of San Carlos de Bariloche.
The cathedral and many of the buildings near the town center were built in the neogothic style of architecture.
It's a nice mid-sized town nestled in the foothills of the Andes
on the shore of Nahuel Huapi Lake
and surrounded by the Nahuel Huapi National Park.
I went for some nice day rides around the area.
Near the central park I found this street vendor that had a line of people waiting for his goods. I thought that the food must be good, so I waited in line with everyone else. He was selling hamburgers, steak sandwiches and hotdogs/sausages.
I chose for the hotdog/sausage with special sauce.

Also, there are a few... just a few... chocolate stores along the main street.


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