RH Rochester Calafate
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... deep blue crevices. In hindsight we would have thoroughly enjoyed the day wandering around the various viewpoints on the platform watching the glacier calve, which it did regularly, and listening to the glacier constantly creek and groan (the noise is surprising). You don't need to do anything other than this. The glaciers regular calving and constant sounds are mesmerising.
The viewing platform infrastructure is superb, made of steel with a ...
... and dark pink, a coral-orange color. So pretty. The lavender grows into these huge bushes and lots of places have them along the sidewalk. I would always run my hand along them as we would walk to make them smell. Mmmm so nice! It's a special type of lavender that's more hardy and can withstand the colder weather. I want to see if we can grow it at home. It smells amazing and I read at the one park it helps keep moths and other bugs away! Bonus! We had a late lunch at 3 as we ...
... to the owner of the catamaran boats to ask whether they still had tickets. When I found the place of the related company was told that they had no more tickets for the tour the next day. Because we wanted to only two tickets, said the ticket seller, I should come at seven clock evening again with him gone. Since there were no more tickets, I marveled this statement somewhat. My hope for tickets was not great when I walked into the ticket seller office at seven clock. He ...
... passing Tempanos Canal which takes you to the famous Perito Moreno Glacier.
Once we had completed the tour we sailed back to the dock, on the way we were served some champagne and chocolates.
We had another glorious day of sunshine with a few fluffy clouds.
We were taken back to the hotel and then we decided to see if we could post some of our thermal gear back to Australia. Posting a parcel in Argentina became a major challenge, firstly we ...
The next stop from Puerto Natales was Punta Arenas, the capital of the Magallenes and Antarctic region of Chile. Having been told that it wasn't very nice by a few people we were pleasantly surprised when we arrived to a very clean and quite grand city that had a strong aura, whether it is standing casually outside the building that Shackleton planned his southern expedition, walking down the street named after the captain of Darwin's beagle or gazing out into ...