Terrazas del Calafate Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... shapes on the wall in front of the egg tray appearance of the
massive glacier behind. Some people were trekking on the fringe but decided against
it – just the travel, park entry fee and hour boat ride racked up £35 but was
definitely worth it, especially considering the glorious weather, much better
than forecast and balmy compared to Ushuaia.
Had a wander round town and an ice ...
... the earth,it falls deep into the water and after about two seconds the floes of monstrous ice and debris come heaving back out of the water causing a massive angry foaming vertical waterfall that spreads almost half a kilometer in diameter.Wow ! we are all cheering involuntarily on the balcony and a huge scar of fresh ice is left behind sparkling like blue crystal.
I can only now leave you with the images of this magnificent day and yet another wonder doled out by this incredible ...
... warm and cooking rice, beans and cheese quesadillas while we relaxed in the camping "lodge," enjoying the chance, for the first time in over two weeks since we have had the van, to chat with travelers from all over the world. To stay warm that night, we opted to all cram in the van rather than risk the chance of another overnight snow on our tent, which in no way appears to be fit for such weather conditions.
4/1/14We slept safely and soundly and with all of our ...
... the Andean border with Chile. Upon arrival, we took a boat ride right up to the glaciar and, in the stillness, we heard it creaking and cracking. Everyone now and then a car-sized lump would tumble off and splash into the mirror-like lake to the “ooo“s and “aah“s of the boat crowd. Sandwiched between two big mountains, it doesn“t look massive but it is actually deceptively huge. It“s easily the height of the British coastline (at least, the parts with ...
... and white speckles in the distance covering all of the land. As we stepped off the boat I had my phone ready and began snapping photos. They had a walkway roped off so that people wouldn’t walk through the nests of the penguins and disturb their homes. But the water was on the other side so the penguins would cross the path on their way to and from the sea and their nests crossing right in front of you. Most of them were quite shy but there were a few curious ones ...