Calafate Parque Hotel

Address: Gobernador Gregores St. and 7 de Diciembre St., El Calafate, Province of Santa Cruz, Patagonia, Z9405ADA, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Gobernador Gregores St. and 7 de Diciembre St., El Calafate, is near Glaciar Perito Moreno and El Chalten.
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    Travel Blogs from El Calafate


    A travel blog entry by alexliz on Apr 13, 2015

    17 photos

    ... ticks! El Calafate: El Calefate is what I would deem the beginning of Argentinas patagonia tourist meccas. It is the home of the great Perito Moreno Glacier. It is set on Lago Argentino, Argentinas largest lake. The glacier is the main purpose for people stopping at this cozy tourist town. We were staying at a warm hostel called Nakel Yenu Hostel. There was a good group of us post Torres del Paine groupies staying here, all of which will be hanging out for the next few days. ...

    El gaucho Christian

    A travel blog entry by swisschris on Mar 04, 2015

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... After waiting for 1 1/2 hours in my hostel (welcome to South America... I could have slept another hour!!!), I was pretty ****** and definitively not in the mood to sit on a bloody horse! It turned out that they left without me and forgot to pick me up. Eventually, I guy showed up in order to bring me to the rest of the group. After a one hour crazy drive we caught up with the rest of the ...

    Visiting an icy giant - Perito Moreno Glacier

    A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Jan 25, 2015

    25 photos

    ... of massive blocks fall from the snout (actually the techical term for its face!) into the adjacent lake. Once back on dry land we spent an hour on walkways 400m from the glaciers watching as pieces the size of a cars fell from where a bridge was forming, causing great booms that echoed through the mountains, until finally a sheet the size of a house or maybe a small office block broke off and crashed into the water as if in slow motion. ...

    Perito Merino Glacier trip

    A travel blog entry by string53 on Jan 09, 2015

    ... and very nice, around my age. Of course the Australian Danish connection is strengthened by our donation of Princess Mary, so we have common ground straight away! She ( the Danish lady) is a nutritionist and cook so we can also swap stories about gluten free food etc. It turns out to be a lovely day after some rain earlier in the day. Its still and only a little overcast, but not wet. The small group with a guide speaking good english, turn out to ...

    Preparing for glaciers and trekking in the wilds

    A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Dec 25, 2014

    ... coffee stop was enjoyed but in retrospect this could and should have been forgone as our trek to the viewpoint to see the Torres didn't start until 10.50. We started from the hostel/ hotel in the National Park and I was pleased to see the weather was sunny and with little wind. Photos stops to photo guanaco and rheas and a lake where the evaporation of the glacial waters results in an alkaline ph and calcite deposits. I could write about the hike in detail but ...