El Galpon del Glaciar
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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... the depth of the glacier. The boardwalk afterwards offered many amazing views of the most of the glacier, and also the north side. Sometimes you can hear thunderous crashes of ice, yet not see where it is falling. However, I was lucky enough to see and hear some large chunks fall off. The noise and giant ripples in the water continue long after the impact point. Another day to remember. I think I may be getting addicted to ...
... some more random alcoholic cans then headed for bus station. Pretty bus ride to glacier but I kept falling asleep! Saw some condors which was cool and as got closer to glacier could see it in the distance - super cool! I was so impressed by the layout - I thought the day would go so slow as they'd just be one viewing platform but there wasn't, there were several levels and paths to walk along. It was super amazing! We were so lucky with ...
... Over the Andes Ranges & into Argentina we drove through huge open bare plain lands, with stubbly yellow grasses, no trees & almost devoid of livestock but obviously a very rich sheep breeding country. We drove past a lovely sheep shearing homestead/ property with all buildings - sheds, home & workers cottages all painted light yellow with white trim & dark grey roofs & white washed fences. Very classy! Later at ...
Jubilant and entirely exhausted from our six days hiking Torres del Paine we headed for our final border crossing from Chile, after spending 36 days in this majestic and wonderfully varied country. After an hour drive from Puerto Natales and just over two hours at immigration (our quickest yet) we were once again in Argentina, though this looked very dissimilar from Mendoza. We had temporarily left the magnificent snow clad peaks of ...
... easily as its close to the bus station and check in at around 2pm, then head out to explore the town centre. It is a very busy tourist town, every shop is either a tour agent, or is selling souvenirs or artisan crafts or. meals and snacks or drinks to tourists. There,s lots of beautiful flowering rose bushes and a large treed centre island in the main street, so its relatively attractive. I get some Argentine pesos from the ATM and find that ...