EOLO - Patagonia's Spirit
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews EOLO - Patagonia's Spirit El Calafate
Travel Blogs from El Calafate
... a lot less humid and within days we had cracked lips and dry noses. It was a lot warmer though, and I enjoyed being in the sunshine without the threat of constant rain! We stayed in El Chalten for five days, during which time we managed to sell the bikes for almost their sale price, with the helmets and panniers given away as extra goodies. El Chalten is famous for it's proximity to the magnificent Mount Fitz Roy; a huge, spiky peak located in the southern Patagonian ice ...
... which, for those that have been to my place, is the same plant I have in my living room. His was 5 times the size but guess what, it never bloomed either! I'm starting to question if any of them ever do. After, we made a driving tour of Parana where I took plenty of pictures and saw some more familiar sights. I decided to leave late Thursday night and sleep on the overnight bus ride to BA. It was a quick visit but relaxing and just a perfect way to kick off the ...
... to make the destination and she affirmed that I could so that was all I needed to ensure I kept the pace and even led it on occasion. Not one to be beaten! We all made it in good time and even with time to eat our packed lunch before the boat arrival and our return to our hotel in Puerto Natales. It was really good to get the washing all done ,shower and know that I'd survived some significant trekking- 46 km in total but of course that doesn't factor in the ...
Argentina is in a mess. A beautiful mess, but a mess none the less. No one in the country wants their currency which decreases in value by roughly 40% per year. The official rate is $1US = 8.5 pesos but the rate in shops, in hostels in fact just about everywhere is higher than that. Often much higher. Even though it is illegal to trade in currencies, everyone does it and quite openly too. The most desirable notes are clean, near new $100US bills which earn up to ...
... and is hard for us to adjust as we like eating at 6.30pm or 7pm, if we waited until 9pm we would probably be gnawing each others arms off. The food is similar to Uruguay very meat and carb based. Parana is a little different in that they also have a lot of river fish. We decided to eat a big lunch and then go to the supermarket for a few snacks for supper as this would avoid the late night trip to a restaurant. ...