Hotel Patagonia

Fagnano 54, Rio Gallegos, Province of Santa Cruz, Patagonia, Z9400MRD, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rio Gallegos

The Road to Rio (Gallegos)

A travel blog entry by jdtrip


... commented on how wonderful the Patagonian desert is, but we do not. It feels like you´re driving on a treadmill – the landscape is so vast that there´s nothing close like trees that whip by, the scenery of dust and shrubs doesn´t change and neither does the sky, so it feels like you´re going nowhere hour after hour.

Three hours later, we arrived at Rio Gallegos, the most southerly point on our whole trip since October/November. We thought it would be cool to ...

El Calafate and Perito Morino Glacier

A travel blog entry by jeanettekelly


We have had a superb day of hot calm weather in El Calafate. They only have 5 days a year like this and we have been here for 2 of them. We where collected by a tour bus from our hotel this morning to take us to the Perito Merino Glacier. Once in the national park we had an hour in a tour boat getting up as close as allowed to the glacier. It was sensational. From there we where bussed a bit further down the road and ...

I can't let my fears deny Jenny her dreams

A travel blog entry by odie1


... receding. For some strange reason, it had always been a fear of mine to walk on a glacier and fall into a crevasse. When we planned this trip, the plan was to only go to the many walkways that have been built to see the glacier, not to actually walk on it. However, after watching the latest season of The Amazing Race, Jenny said she would really like to trek on the I came to the decision that my fears can't stand in the way of my daughter's dreams so ...

My first LONG bus journey

A travel blog entry by sarahrtw

... afternoon, which we heard was better, as the ice has had chance to warm up a bit, so there is a greater chance of seeing chunks of ice falling off into the water. When we left the town, the weather was perfect, but this soon changed as we got past the mountains, and the rain started! It continued (and got heavier) for the duration of the day! We refused to let this weather glitch dampen our spirits, and still made the most of our ...

Fifty shades of blue

A travel blog entry by davemurray4


... called. Even the main supermarket in town is called 'Anonima'.

In the background there are always the peaks of the Andes, the mountains of the 'Parque Nacional los Glaciares', behind which sits the massive South Patagonia ice field, which covers 16,800 sq km and feeds a number of huge glaciers.

There are many glaciers here but the most well known and accessible is Perito Moreno, named after the Argentinian scientist and explorer of the same ...

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This hotel, located on Fagnano 54, Rio Gallegos, is near Glaciar Perito Moreno and El Chalten.
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