Casa Azul - Familia Patagonica
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Measuring 35km in length and 5km in width, the glacier is unusually advancing (up to 2m per day). Every once in a while, part of its snout advances far enough to reach the Peninsula de Magallanes to dam the Brazo Rico arm of Lago Argentino. This causes tremendous pressure to build up, and after a few years a river cuts through the dam, collapsing it with ...
... the viewing platforms: a series of walkways built down the side of a hill facing the glacier. You could easily spend half a day here, unfortunately you only get 30 minutes, which is barely enough time to walk down to the bottom level and back. The nice part is you get here early in the morning before any other tour buses, so we had the entire area to ourselves. It was very nice to be at a massive tourist destination without any crowds for a ...
... era hora de provar aquesta beguda estranya. VÓrem entendre que es van passant la tassa de mate i tothom beu fent servir la mateixa palla de metall o bombixa
Ara Ús un xaiet petitˇ que entra a la cuina com si haguÚs estat allÓ abans. Resulta que si que hi havia estat abans. El gaucho Esteban ens va explicar que li donen la llet cada dia i que la cuina era el seu lloc preferit per passar ...
... would charge them? I don’t know. I just can’t make sense of any of this.
On my way back to the hotel/hostel, I passed an exchange house. They would exchange dollars cash for 6.5 pesos to the dollar, 2.4% lower than the official rate of 6.66. That seemed like a lousy deal, so I walked away.
I returned to Glaciar Libertador about 7:30. View the RunKeeper log of 1.13-mile walk back from the western edge of downtown. The front-desk woman ...
... to their jagged 3,102m peaks behind it. They must be some of the pointiest mountains in the world; their faces are almost vertical as they gradually narrow towards their spiky summits. They look like a row of shark's teeth.
We had our picnic by the laguna before starting the hike back to the village. We had made the first section in good time so we could be a bit more leisurely on the way back and we stopped occasionally to look back at the view or to fill up ...