EOLO - Patagonia's Spirit
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- Continental Breakfast
- Indoor pool
- Heated pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free airport shuttle
TripAdvisor Reviews EOLO - Patagonia's Spirit El Calafate
Travel Blogs from El Calafate
... two tickets for us and we were able to join the tour the next morning. The ticket seller told me that the travel agents get different quotas and if they are not depleted, the remaining places in the evening are still available to you. Back at the campsite, I met Manuela me joyfully reported on their experiences (including photos and videos) from their tour to Perito Moreno Glacier. It was quite impressive what she had experienced. The video with the crashing ice makes ...
... finding exactly where we had to go, directions in Spanish don't always make a lot of sense. When we found the correct one (there were two post offices) they still couldn't help us, we didn't know what the problem was. We eventually worked out we needed to get our own box, they only sold national postage boxes. We went to a supermarket and got a box, then we tried to buy some tape, we went to a few places before we found some thin tape. It was now too late ...
... and many more. They were all amazing and we had a great time trying to understand one another lol... We woke up New Year's Day to a cloudy and windy morning. It was actually kind of refreshing considering how hot it had been. After a slow start, we joined Luli's parents for lunch. They have a really cool garden area between their home and the coach house that produces a "micro climate" allowing them to grow some very tropical plants. Among them was the white bird ...
... walk, but the rain stops after a while. We see horses, flamingos and some other birds. Loads of local semi wild dogs. There is usually about five of them just lying in front of the police station and one Alsatian stays in front of our hostel. Most are quite friendly, but they don’t bother you at all. If they like you they will follow you a little, so you can have a dog that is temporarily yours, until it sees another tourist that catches its eye. Once we saw two ...
... I made the time to book my bus manana as it was nearly full – they start the peak season schedule next week. As only one night thought I would go to the cheaper hostel closest to the bus station, but full, so back to my little cabanita.
Tried to find the local microbrew, but was unimpressed by the joint and gave it a miss. Headed to the nature reserve near town in a ...