Esplendor El Calafate
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Panoramic views, lovely rooms, good bar, friendly staff!
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Le bonheur avec un grand B (prise deux car il n'apparais plus) Il n'y a pas de mots ni aucune photo qui pourra rendre justice à ce moment, à cette première journée que je viens de vivre en Patagonie. Ce rêve il était dans ma tête et dans mon cœur depuis tellement d'années, je l'ai vu en reportage, j'en …
Let the glacial mini trek begin! The drive around the lake reminded us of the MacKenzie country in NZ, barely enough to support the sheep and cattle and ringed by mountains. As we arrive the rain begins and we decide 'it is what it is'.....by the time we are on the boat the rain clears and the sun shines for the rest of the day. The Perito Moreno …
Today was travel day as we flew down to Buenos Aires and then south to El Calafate. Quite uneventful except for a last minute gate change in BA,. We figured it out in time and then told my new local friends who were confused at first then grateful :) Bags arrived but had been rummaged through, I guess they didn't find half a tube of tooth paste and …
... are many glaciers coming off the Hielo DSL Sur Ice cap here, 3rd biggest ice cap in the world after Antarctica and Greenland. Perito Marino stands out as a must see because it is one of the only glaciers in the world that is actually advancing rather than retreating. So much so that every year it advances to the morraine in front of it and dams the gap between two sides of the massive Lago Argentino. This causes a huge build up of pressure and once a year or so the water finally ...
... it up Americans, it is hilarious) and drank as many cocktails as possible within a 30 minute time slot, surrounded by ice statues and a bunch of jolly, dancing Argentinians, and went out in town for a meal of steaks and Patagonian lamb with our Aussie friends Jason and Ingrid. This was to be our final stop in Patagonia before flying to the hot and steamy Argentine capital, Buenos Aires.... Or at least that is what we thought. ...