Linda Vista Apart Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLinda Vista Apart Hotel El Calafate
Very clean and comfortable. Mezzanine bedroom can get stuffy with heating on. Management is very obliging even hlping with next hotel booking. Breakfast is fine. Boxed lunches are excellent value.
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So far El Calafate has lived up to expectations. A very touristy town: more than I expected. Once settled into our comfortable apartment, run by Koreans, we took off to book our excursion to the Perito Moreno Glacier, the main purpose for our visit.
Day 1. Perito Moreno Glacier.It was truly amazing and I have it on good authority (Rhonda …
After a 3 hour plane flight we landed in the Southern most place we probably will ever go, El Calafate.
Just Merryn and Joe went down as Chrissy and Josh had gone to the beach city of Mar Del Plata.
El Calafate is a very little but very modern town in Argentina purely set up for just tourists. There is a population of only 8,000 …
... than what we've seen in other parts of South America. Although majority of the houses here have metal sheeting roofs. No shingles here. Mostly because of the wind I'm thinking... We checked into the hostel, and walked around a bit. The hostel is decent. The room is nothing special, but it's clean and the location is good, and fairly quiet! A block and a half off the Main Street and downtown. The Main Street is really pretty with big trees down the median and lots of cute shops ...
... day early, but found me an alternative.
I spent the following day around the Perito Moreno Glacier, which is every bit as stunning as I had heard. I went on a boat trip to see it, then walked around the viewing platform. There were hundreds of other tourists, but the site so big that it did not really matter. The glacier is 6k across, with a bigger surface area than Buenos Aires.
I bumped into two French guys who I had previously met in Torres del Paine. ...
... dramatically in the last decade - guess global warming theorists would love this. At 60 miles long it is one of the longest in South America. It is fed by many smaller glaciers and in turn feeds Perito Moreno Glacier. Not as spectacular as Perito Moreno but meandering through the icebergs was a magical highlight.
From a different branch of the lake we travelled to the Spegazzini Glacier. ...