Casa Azul - Familia Patagonica
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... in New Zealand, who have advised us to think about this. From El Calafate to Buenos Aires is more then 3000 km and it is by bus over 50 hours on the road, which is a 4 day bus trip :-)) Not even financially you save something, the route by bus was about 270 € pp, while we paid for the flight just 180 € pp.
The extra time we have now we prefer to spend another week in Uruguay and Buenos Aires after the visit to some cities in northern Argentina.
... crepe covered in ice cream and stuffed with dulce de leche (a thick caramel sauce that is more addictive than crack).
I think there seems to be a misconception somewhere that travellers subsist on a diet of stale rice and puddle water but that's really not true. Every time I go away I manage to put on weight -partly due to my unerring ability to sniff out an ice cream parlour from a mile away - but unless you are really going off the beaten track you can pretty much guarantee ...
... just a small portion of the glacier for a couple of hours. I think his highlight was the scotch on the glacier "rocks" at the end of the tour! We were just sad that we were unable to spend more time and see more of the many spectacular glaciers around El Calafate.
Our final morning was spent at the Glaciarium, the Patagonian Ice Museum. One of only a few such museums dedicated to glaciers in the world, we were dazzled by the interactive exhibits ...
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... are the petroleum, sheep and fishing. Its port serves both as a fishing centre, and as an exportation point for other locally produced goods.
In spite of the southern position of the ...
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed