Alto Calafate Hotel Patagonico
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Encara que está envoltat de polèmica, les vistes son inmillorables. No li dono les 5 estrelles ja que trobo que l'habitació que en han donat no està ben aïllada i el soroll del vent es nota molt. Es una mica car.
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nach 4 Tagen in El Chalten ( immerhin "national capital of trekking", gegründet 1985!! 1500 Einwohner mit einem Wifi das in der Regel nicht funtioniert)!sind wir jetzt in El Calafate wieder angedockt, ist doch beruhigend.
Auch imFitz Roy Cerro Torre Gebiet machte das Wetter super mit. Und auch da haben …
Vol amb aerolineas argentinas. 1,5h de trajecte i sentat al costat d'una parella de jubilats francesos (de Lion). Ens allotgem al Alto Calafate. Un hotel molt xulo de la presidenta Cristina Kishner. Actualment surt a les portades dels diaris per temes de corrupció financera. Segons sembla serveix per blanquejar diners. Lloga habitacions molt cares sense haver-hi ningú.
... on, voila, we got picked up! The two friendly gentlemen were heading to their farm, and were happy to drop us off at the border in Cerro Castillo. What luck we were thinking! Ha! We were going to need some more! We were extremely startled and dismayed that Cerro Castillo was nothing more than a few tumble weeds, and the border crossing, well! Not only were we left to our utter own discord at the crossing, we had to walk a further 5km to get to the Argentinian border! There is ...
... look like wagon wheels. I really wanted to try one. Well none of the stores had them! We only saw one store that had them, and only boxes. I just wanted 1 chocolate not a box! So instead we got some chocolate almonds and what we thought were turtles. It was just a chocolate wafer with a pecan. No caramel. But still pretty delicious! Then back to the hostel to pack and get ready to fly out in the morning. We got to the airport and got free upgrade to the emergency exit row! ...
On the bus from Puerto Natales, a 6 hour trip in a very comfortable coach, includes a border crossing into Argentina in an immigration outpost on the steppes with fairly bored officials doing their thing. The ride is mainly through very featureless low grass steppes with some low hills, some occasional sheep and cattle, a couple of hares, a guanaco or two, and a large long necked bird that reminds me of an emu, dont think its a rhea but could be! ...