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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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... creaking and saw the occasional crash as sections of the glacier fell off. We took a catamaran to within 300 metres of the south face which is 60 metres high. The colours are amazing ranging from light blues to indigo and then brown where moraine is caught within the ice. The weather was clear and we were allowed 3 hrs to lunch and then walk from viewing platform to platform at different ...
... have included everything!
On Thursday, we were picked up at 8.30am and from there we went to Bajo de las Sombras port, where we took a boat across to the bottom of the Perito Moreno Glacier. Where we were given our crampons and then we went on to the ice for one hour. At first it was quite difficult but then just as we were getting used to it, Killian was talking a photo with his iphone and it fell and went for a swim ...
... boat tour, you go directly to the boardwalks and balconies and wait for 4.5 hours until the bus picks everyone up again. Boat tour it was! It wasn't crazy expensive, which was a nice change, and it was actually really amazing. The glacier itself is just so large and grand and imposing. Being on the boat def makes you realize the grandness and the scale of how huge this chunk of ice is. It was pretty chilly. Mostly because the wind was really cold. Thankfully the boat had a huge cabin ...
... very efficient in that respect. The flight was scheduled to take 1.30 and we were there in 1 hr. Luckily our transfer was early because we had come out and were waiting when she arrived. We were transferred to the hotel. It looks like a nice hotel and we have a nice big room with 2 queen beds. We have tea and coffee facilities although we only get powdered milk, can't expect miracles. I got rid of my herbal tea bags because I ...
... and customs of Patagonia".
We were firstly given a tour of the original homestead with all the European furniture which had been shipped to Chile. The office still had the old typewriter and stamps etc. It was a basic timber building with the hall straight down the centre and the rooms off to each side. All the rooms had a fire place because it would be cold 6 months of the year and very cold for four months. We were then taken to ...