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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... The next day the 2 of us went to the Glaciarium. This was a fun, interactive museum and we were able to learn all about... yeh you guessed correctly... glaciers.
After that we went into the ice bar where everything is made of ice including the cups we drank from. We were only in there for 25 ...
... you were wondering, it is a ridiculously small boat to go around the world in.
Just as we were about to leave to continue our journey north, we got talking to an American guy in our guesthouse who was working at a ranch two hours inland from San Julian. He visits San Julian every week or so to keep in touch with civilisation since itīs just him and one ranch hand that look after 600,000 acres of land with no electricity, hot water, ...
... gain some knowledge of the area on the ride up to the park. The guide was wonderful and I found that I was really interested in learning more about glaciers and this environment, as I had never seen anything like it before. I took the boat ride out to see the glaciers up close since I wasn’t going to be able to do any glacier trekking. My first glimpse of the glacier took my breath away. I knew it was going to be big but the word big doesn’t do it justice. This ...
... the van shuttle at 2:32 and it departed at 2:37. I count 18 passengers. Made the first stop at 2:53 and amazingly my accommodation, Hostel & Suites del Glaciar Libertador, was the second stop! (I always seem to get dropped off last when taking airport shared van shuttles.) I walked into Glaciar Libertador at 2:56 p.m., nearly 15 hours after I left my hotel/hostel in Santa Cruz at 11:05 p.m. local time last night, completing an arduous overnight trip with no sleep.
Another long drive, planned to bush camp but time was running out and there wasn't really anywhere decent to stop, so we pulled in to the most amazing campsite, on a land spit between two rivers. Beautiful spot and the never ending Patagonian wind died down ...