Hosteria Alto Verde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... the walkways before heading back to catch the last shuttle bus. Unfortunately the pasarelas to view the glacier stretched for many miles down the length of the cliff and down to the glacierīs front. There was no way we were going to see it all so Jon ran down close to the bottom to catch some pictures while mom, dad, and I ventured down to the second viewing platform to take in the glacier. If you ever go to El Calafate, leave more time to view ...
... over the previous week, we didn’t make photo stops on the way back.
We did a quick check in at the hotel, dumped the bags, picked up our glacier guide and headed out again. The guide was most impressed at how we divided up to jobs down town: supermarket shopping for lunch, a visit to the optician to get 2 pairs of glasses fixed and the bakery for fresh bread. As we travelled the 80km to the Perito ...
... had arranged to meet Carlee and Andy at 6pm and, as usual, we were a bit late. It was a bit of a last minute arrangement though because their travel plans had been turned upside down. We were originally supposed to meet them in Ushuaia after they finished their cruise to the Antarctic, but their boat had broken down and the trip canceled.
We had a drink Librobar to hear their tale and to share our experiences, they told us about Ushuaia and ...
... was located on the edge of town across from Laguna Nimez. El Calafate is a newer city that the Argentinian President has a summer home in. For the size of the city, it is quite spread out. Hotels have bought land well outside of the main area because they believe the town will continue to grow exponentially. After lunch, we went to the Glaciarium; a museum dedicated to information about ice and glaciers. Ben, our CEO, used to ...
... the side of the road which seemed wide enough to be safely removed from any traffic and flat enough to sleep without rolling on top of each other. We bundled up with layers of jackets, hats and scarves and gazed at the Patagonian constellations in the below freezing temperature while boiling water for tortellini and chopping veggies in our back-of-the-van kitchen. After singing Havdallah prayers, reminding us that if another Shabbat has passed, so has another week of our year ...