Apart hotel Libertador
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... rest of my chorizos I got on with learning Spanish and reading. I also went for a cheeky interval run; my first in my trail runners.
For an evening meal we went to a local resturant recommended by the hostel receptionist. Going as the doors opened (we generally eat well before the Argy norm) meant we'd snuck in without a reservation; we were later told the place was fully booked. Indeed bus loads of old people pilled ...
... from a tourist point of view is that on the Argentine side the glaciers are accessible to view whilst on the Chilean side,long boat journeys into uninhabitable areas make them impossible to view unless you are on scientific research and have a huge budget.
The Moreno Glacier is the most visited not only because it is accessible but also because it is a glacier that is in perfect environmental balance.In other words it is not retreating due to the effects of ...
So the main reason to go to El Calafate was to see the Perito Marino glacier, we did one better - we walked on it. We got on to a mini ice trek over the Perito Marino glacier. It was fantastic. We took a ferry across the lake to a hut where we were given some information about the glacier and it's current movements. The glacier is advancing by 2 meters each day. We were hoping to ...
... and have a good number of things to do. Maybe we felt like we needed a break after Torres, or maybe we felt like we needed a break from spending money (and this town was pretty expensive as wel), but neither of us were blown away by the town. It had one main street with a bunch of cute shops and restaurants, but it struck us much the same way that San Pedro had: with a weird movie-scene like feeling that none of it was real. We only ...
... amp; concluded it was alcohol free! Supermarkets - we don't realise how sophisticated UK supermarkets are until we travel. I will never complain again when I can't find something unusual in Tesco & have to go to Waitrose. The supermarkets here are really basic! People- generally friendly and welcoming. Rush around & push a bit in the centre of Buenos Aires. Holiday in big noisy family groups. I'm sure there is more but that's all I can think of for ...