La Cantera Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... didn’t do herself an injury.
We arrived at Poincenot camp much later than planned, so some discussion ensued re climbing 2 hours up to the Mt Fitz Roy lookout. The weather was pretty dreadful, so once Mike suggested we gamble on an improvement tomorrow, everyone agreed. This would of course impact on the next days’ activities, so Wendy and Merlin had a conference and decided to change the ...
... before time'. Add in some of the largest glaciers melting into blue crystals that surround you while cruising down the rivers and 12 degree days contradicting visible snow clouds on the mountain tops...and you have a place closer to the imagination than to the touch. Walking on the Perito Moreno glacier in particular was one of the most surreal experiences I have had to date, expecting a trek in the snow and cold toes thanks to limited packing space, I was pleasantly surprised ...
... I left San Diego nearly 3 weeks previously and even then, I was hardly ever alone. I was feeling so grateful for this time for ME, without distractions, to appreciate the serenity and beauty of the landscape. Then suddenly the image of ME from just 12 hours earlier flashed in my mind. Sitting in the back of the cab crying and feeling so dismal for being ALL BY MYSELF, the exact same thing I was so grateful for now. I had to laugh out loud at what a difference a change ...
... trek guide pointed us to some berry bushes and assured us there are no poisonous berries or plants in all of Patagonia. We tried the calafate blueberry fresh off the bush, of which they say if you eat one you'll return to Patagonia one day in the future. When we got back to our camp site we found our tent was gone along with a few others. The winds were strong enough to tear the ropes being pegged into the ground. Luckily a camper was around to grab our stuff before it blew ...
... It’s bad enough to charge me $160 to enter the country, but now you want to gouge me Argentina as a foreign visitor to simply obtain your currency from my bank account so I can spend it and help your economy. It leaves an extremely bad taste in my mouth and you can be sure I never want to return here after all my terrible experiences today (not to mention a best friend of mine being robbed in Buenos Aires last January). :-(
Last year the ATM fee in ...