La Cantera Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Auf nach Argentinien, vamanos! Die Weiterreise von Puerto Natales wurde uns mit einem Blick aus dem Fenster erleichtert - Regen. Wieder mal waren wir sehr dankbar für das schöne Wetter der letzten beiden Tage. Regen UND Wind ist im Torres del Paine sicher keine allzu angenehme Kombination. Unser Ziel, die 50.000 Einwohnerstadt El Calafate ist von …
Owing to our afternoon drinking and change in bus schedule we arrived to a very dark and wet deserted bus station. The buzz of the earlier day long gone, it was almost midnight and we trundled along to the hotel in desperate need of a bed and some warmth. Not a great start, my heart really wasn't in it, I was already longing to be back in Chile! The town and my mood were both much brighter the next day! The town is a real tourist hot spot, it is one of the gateways ...
... is dropped off first at what looks like a youth hostel in the middle of nowhere. The other couple get dropped at a hotel next to a rubbish dump and we start to wonder if this is what the town is like. Fortunately we soon reach the town centre and it is a lovely village with a ski resort atmosphere. Just as we turn into the street with our hotel the driver points across the road and we see the president of ...
We then went to town to try and have some more beers but the Argentinian way of life means you sit down for 30 minutes before anyone acknowledges you are there, then after you order, your beer takes 20 minutes to come out, then you wait again for the bill. We got pretty fed up that we couldn't get service so we went and bought beers and headed back to the hostel.
We were lookin for something to play so we played ...
... didn't work so he tried it. it still didn't!! We denied all knowledge of windscreen chips and walked away with a handshake and a cheery smile! At the check in queue, we had one person in front of us. Thanks for all the warnings! We then had to pay US$20 in airport taxes before having an extremely mediocre cheese and ham panini (cold. Guy, there's a deal to be done here!). Cheese and ham seems to be the traveller's choice in Argentina. Actually, there is very ...