Rincon del Calafate
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to this remote place all the way in Southern Patagonia – just to be a witness of the Ice Age. Once winding around some hills we then began to see from a far, one of the only moving glaciers in the planet – The Perito Merino Glacier; and our jaws (once again) dropped. After viewing it from all different viewpoints we then got the chance to take a boat right out to it. This was amazing, and we got as close as 50m from this humungous frozen glacier. We even ...
... Ocean. It has a population of 36,000 inhabitants (2001 census [INDEC]). It is the second most important city of the province after Rio Gallegos, and the most populated of the ...
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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). ...
... with a lady in a ticketing office our onward plans of heading up Ruta 40 (a notoriously bad road, 600kms of it dirt, with corrugations) and then heading into Chile, but she suggested a much better plan would be to back track to Rio Gallegos and travel up the East Coast, then across to Bariloche, our next planned destination. She explained the buses and roads would be better quality and we could travel through the night. It would be a 28 hour bus journey in an ...