Alto Calafate Hotel Patagonico
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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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... metres above sea level. The middle of the glacier is 100 metres away from the peninsula where the viewing platforms are located. On either side of the peninsula is the southern and northern terminus of the glacier. Perito Moreno differs from other glaciers in that it periodically cuts off the major southern arm of Lake Argentino, known as Brazo Rico, by forming a natural dam and preventing water from transferring between the two bodies of water. Every four ...
After a mediocre sleep we were up early heading to our bus. The room was comfortable, but it was a little loud. We were on the Main Street in town so there was noise from lots of people walking around outside. We couldn't open the window in our room, it was painted shut, so it was hot as we were falling asleep. We kept the heater off, but woke up in the morning cold. But we did get a little sleep so not all bad, but not the best night ever. The hostel provided breakfast which was ...
... his friends. I was given a glass of beer (they all drank from the one bottle) and so sat with Chino, his friends and their families to be polite. At half empty, my glass was refilled. I said thanks, but I had a long day tomorrow and so this would be my last. I was not allowed to leave until gone midnight. I had to fill my glass with the childrens' grape juice just to stop it being filled with more beer. I was fed (again) on lamb and chicken and chorizo. I was shown the emu ...
... like everywhere else. It is meat and vegetables. They really like meat there. For desert I had red wine soaked pears which taste pretty darn awesome compared to the food I had been eating in Bolivia. Language In peru and Bolivia I could understand in context what people were saying to me in Spanish. In Chile I couldn't understand most of what they were saying because they use a lot of Spanish slang. In Argentina they speak Spanish faster than kiwis speak English so I ...
... hike. The hike around the lake’s edge gave us our first
views of the massive glacier as it spills into the lake. The walk took about an
hour before we rejoined the minibus for a very short drive to the glacier
viewing platforms. We had brought a picnic lunch with us and sitting and eating
was a great experience to sit only about 500 metres from the front of the
glacier which was across a narrow channel and watch ...