Esplendor El Calafate

Address: Juan Domingo Peron 1143, El Calafate, Province of Santa Cruz, Patagonia, 9405, Argentina | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Juan Domingo Peron 1143, El Calafate, is near Glaciar Perito Moreno and El Chalten.
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    Travel Blogs from El Calafate


    A travel blog entry by martiniadventur on Oct 04, 2014

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    ... thanks to the final bursts of energy from the get a glimpse of it. Because while even the most vigilant of sceptics will probably send me paragraphs of opinions on this, there is a few seconds just before the days sun disappears behind the miles of wetlands that I could swear I could hear the old souls returning to their birth place, pulled by invisible cords of light that had stretched them all over the world, ready to be born again out of the mirrored pools ...

    Ice Ice Baby

    A travel blog entry by blake.tom on Jul 21, 2014

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    ... the two other glaciers and a trip to Perito Moreno Glacier with a boat trip included (the boat trip didn't actually happen because our bus to Perito Moreno took a corner too fast and ended up in the snow, until another bus arrived. I got the cost of the full boat trip back though even though I received a discount).

    The first day tour I took the ferry to the other two glaciers, Upsala and Onelli. The ferry was comfortable and had 360 degrees of viewing points, ...

    Holey Titanic Batman!

    A travel blog entry by philandmups on Apr 16, 2014

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    ... I was disappointed at how dirty the previous glaciers we had seen were. I'm told this is standard for receding glaciers on land. However, the Perito Moreno Glacier is classed as stable, meaning it's not receding, and it ends in water - so no dirt. And it's huge! 4km across at its widest point. Approaching the sheer glacier face firstly you hear loud rumbles and then you get to see slabs of ice the size of houses crashing into the water. That's ...

    On to the glacier

    A travel blog entry by budjuggler on Mar 07, 2014

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    ... broken away from under the glacier and was being blown down the lake. Some of these made quite sizeable icebergs - some as big as 'two football pitches' and has high as '10 double decker buses'. Those being the measures the UK press uses to provide indications of size to it's readers! With all these icebergs about it was just like being on the Titanic, except we weren't in the ocean, we weren't on a liner and we weren't sinking!! Apart from that it was just the same. Oh, ...

    El Calafate - Glaciar Minted!

    A travel blog entry by scholesy on Dec 28, 2013

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    ... Glaciars. This is a more luxury based tour were you spend the day on a nice boat, eat nice food, drink nice wine and ultimately get to check out two of the more remote glaciers. On this trip the food and the guide were the best part. The glaciers however could not match the drama provided by the Perito Mereno Glaciar on the previous day and the time spent traveling was too long, so ultimately this was a bit disappointing.

    Next stop Chile and Torres Del ...