Rincon del Calafate
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Leaving our seafood feasts behind us, we stepped off the plane early evening to El Calafate, about 1000kms north of Ushuaia. Time to grab dinner, and the order of the day here is lamb !
Hard to find anywhere else, and very expensive when you do, this part of South America (Patagonia) is where 99% of the continent's lamb comes from. With …
We had an early morning today, up at 5:45 in order to pack up our laundry and eat breakfast before catching the public bus to El Calafate, Argentina. The bus gave us a chance to catch up on our blog entries and look at some of our photos. We stopped at the same little shop we stopped at on our way into the park which was also the Chilean side of the border crossing. We made our exit through Chile back into Argentina without issue. ...
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... and dismounted. I put... err.. thought I put my kickstand down and dismounted at which point my bike fell over. No big deal, but the 10 year old in me immediately surfaced due to the embarassment and with Claudio's help I rushed to pick the bike up at which point the front windshield got caught on a part of Claudio's bike and 'SNAP' the windshield broke, (Mariano - if you're reading this, you may want to put a new windshield on order in anticipation of our return). ...