Edenia Punta Soberana Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEdenia Punta Soberana Hotel El Calafate
We were very comfortable, the staff goes out of their way to make your stay agreeable. Good food too.
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... from hotels around the town. Two hours was provided to watch the glacier before we were shuffled into a bus, taken to a boat and ferried over to the south side of the glacier. Crampons were fitted, then a group of thirteen of us walked on the glacier for the next hour and a half before being ferried by boat back to the bus and then back to El Calafate.
Walking on the glacier was a great experience. It was amazing seeing mountains of ice, sink ...
... lining the street. It reminded me of whyte ave in Edmonton a little bit. There's also a ton of roses and lavender here. I have another (!) cold, But the roses are so fragrant even with my plugged nose I can smell them. They reminded me of my grandmas back yard, she always had roses and beautiful flowers which I always insisted on picking and putting on the table. The rose blooms here are really large - similar in size to peonies! And all different colours. White, deep ...
... we agreed to try togethrr a crossing from Argentina to Chile via a remote pass and two ferries.
I spent the night in a good restaurant, an OK bar and a horrible hotel in Calafate.
My next cycling leg was over to El Chalten. I tried to book accommodation for two nights, but managed only one. I did arrange though to meet Aaron, the Canadian chap, on the road. Having spent ages sorting cash and accommodation, I left El Calafate a bit late, but relieved to be ...
... glacier. Pick up time was 7am. At 8am they rocked up at my hotel in a minibus and transferred me to a large bus decked out with the company's colours. I made friends with a couple of Parisian french guys travelling with 4 children on the bus. They left their wives back home for this holiday. When we got the to boat port they loaded us onto a sightseeing boat to get us across to the glacier. I am not sure who the driver was but he managed to crash into the ...
... We made it back to the hotel in time to check in and go to
the initial group meeting of our tour. The group was fortunately fairly small
with only 8 people. After the meeting we all went out together to a classy
restaurant in town and we had some more really nice Argentine beef. The group
all seem very positive and friendly which is a positive start to this tour.