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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Jacuzzi penetrating our ceiling from 6 until 10, so in order to turn a negative into a positive, we just took up residence in the Jacuzzi for the entire duration that the health spa was open, we were hot, wrinkled and relaxed and had a great nights sleep.
The main attraction in El Calafate is the Los Glaciers national park and home to the magnificent Perito Moreno Glacier. This monster glacier is thankfully open all year ...
... We were dropped off just about 15km out of town and got picked up almost immediately by a local couple. We were escorted to the front doorsteps of our hostel, what service! Our first hitchhiking experience only took about double the time (about 8 or 9 hours) but it was free and we met some cool people...oh and the story isn't to shabby either! Our friends who had given up hope on us were shocked and excited that we made it! Success, the first of many metaphorical bed post ...
... to know that they will be looked after and used all the time!! Once we'd sold the bikes, we decided to go out for a celebratory dinner - celebrating the fact that we'd sold them but also that we'd finished our adventure! We found a nice restaurant and decided to splash out. After about an hour, Scott spotted a lonely looking man sitting alone by the window and invited him over to join us for a drink - he turned out to be a very friendly Canadian and was so impressed by ...
I just spend 3 hrs in the bus from El Chalten back to El Calafate. In a few hours, I will begin my probably longest bus trip ever, 28 hrs up to Bariloche. The bus supposed to be very comfortable, almost like Swiss business class including movies, food and wine. I have plenty of books, audibooks and movies downloaded and US sleeping pills in my bag just in case. I hope that the weather will be a bit warmer and sunnier up ...
... into the lake. Shortly after the guides put crampons on our shoes and we took off. As expected, the glacier was not conveniently flat, but instead it was always up or down. We learned the appropriate 'penguin walk' for going up and what I called 'chicken walk' for going down. Some sections seemed crazy steep but the grip of the crampons was impressive. I was proud to be praised for my ice walking skills by the guides and needed almost no ...