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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlbergue Buenos Aires El Calafate
Bad beds, room too small, two bathrooms for the whole hostel, small kitchen, very laudly-
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... four kilometers of viewing walkways and then, later in the afternoon, boarded a boat to see another face of the glacier from the water. We've looked at glaciers from both sides ...
Glacier National Park - picked up at 9am bus bus with our tour guide. It was interesting seeing the quick changes in the land scape. The area surrounding the National Park are stations or ranches, most of which have sheep and cattle. Unfortunately the ranch owners are able to pay gauchos AR$1000 per puma killed on their land. We stopped at the Curve of the Sighs for our first glimpse of Perito Moreno. We took ...
tour today was to the world famous Perito Moreno glacier. We travelled on a
mini bus along a dirt road through the surrounding Patagonian steppes stopping
at a local ranch for a coffee break. In the building they had 2 stuffed animals
perched on the exposed rafters: a puma and a condor which was even bigger than
we thought. After an hour we hit the main tarred road to the glacier and then
set off for ...
... to melt the snow as it shone brilliantly on all of the glaciers, mountains and lakes surrounding us.
Our top priority for that day was to find hiking boots for Eli. So, once we found a good spot to camp, we walked into the town, stopping at every gear shop and did successfully find a little pair of gently used, serious mountain hiking boots for the little guy who promised to tie them onto the seat of the van when they weren't tied to his feet!
We ended the ...
... full pass-through, but apparently became so tight that our guides wouldn’t let us go all the way through. Nevertheless, the deep blue of the ice made for an impressive sight and great photo op.
It’s very cliché, but my description, and even my pictures, pale in comparison to actually seeing the glacier. The size and scale just can’t be translated second-hand, but trust me when I say you won’t be disappointed with a visit.