Terrazas del Calafate Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... for a bit, and got to see 2 more pieces fall off. One was pretty little and the third was pretty large, but we were heading to the chalet already so no really amazing photos of it. The tour gave us 2.5 hours at the boardwalks and balconies. Way too long. We didn't walk the whole series of boardwalks as we were cold. So We ended up buying some food and sitting in the chalet for an hour. Thank goodness for books and magazines downloaded on our phones! (Thank you library card!) ...
... Bar. It was nice and then her friends came to meet us and we went onto this lovely Parrilla restaurant. Becci and Avery had been doing mini trekking that day so they came to join us at the restaurant. We had amazing lamb and good wine. The food was great and the restaurant called la tablita was really nice. Jules' friends went home and we went for one more drink in the Libro bar. We were pretty tired when we got back about 1 ish so we headed to bed. The last day there we all went for ...
... immediately improves the mood of pretty much everyone on board. I understand that in the wild guanacos are pretty shy and will run away if you approach them, but this one must have been rescued and therefore is totally happy surrounded by 50 tourists and even gets bottle fed by some of the children. In a few minutes a few baby goats join us, they seems slightly jealous of the attention the guanaco gets and are pretty funny trying to play with us. We must have spent only about ...
... creeping down to the lake. All this was surrounded by huge snow-capped rocky mountains and several waterfalls that were forced upwards by the wind. After a rest and snack in a sheltered area, we headed home with a few showers falling and a tail wind.
Back and camp, Terry, Jill and Rick enjoyed listening to the porters playing guitar and drums and singing in the refuge. The walkers arrived to find ...
... again. Sam maybe, and Rach I'll see in a couple of days. The week in Uruguay excluded there hasn't really been a time I haven't been with Viv since I've got here, and as such she's been one of the few constants of my time thus far in South America. She gives a good hug. ...