Schilling Hostal Patagonico
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- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsSchilling Hostal Patagonico El Calafate
Nice hostel, great staff. Just two minutes away from the bus station and 5 mins from the main road in town. Good breakfast, no kitchen available for use but the do provide dinner at a reasonable price.
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Sometimes you've just got to visit the tourist traps! These places are touristy and popular for good reason and Perito Moreno Glacier is one them. It is spectacular and worth a visit.
On our journey to the glacier, Andrew and I were sceptical about why we'd spent so much money (park entry is $260 ARG pp about $35 AUD plus $450 ARG bus / …
And so we jump on a plane....a nice big shiny clean plane, not a bus, and head to El Calafate. El Calafate is in the very south of Argentina, but looking out the window as the flight came in it looked like another world. The land looked very dry and barren, with only low shrubs dotting the landscape and hills, it was late afternoon on a sunny day, …
My journey from Iguazu all the way down south to Patagonia was smooth, connecting on a flight in Buenos Aires. The weather during the flight was clear and I could see Patagonia from above for most of the flight. I've never seen such desert-like landscape and to me it looked like a different planet, if the soil was red I would say it was Mars …
... at the Salida Immigration desk, hand in the old Titulo Temporal at Aduana, go to the next counter, get an Entrada stamp from Entrada Immigration, go to the Agricultural desk to declare you are not carrying any vegetables or salami and finally get a new Titulo at the Entrada Aduana. For every step you get an adfitional stamp on a little note that you hand to the Aduana official standing outside, who may ask for your destination and where you come from. A ...
... On the out skirts of Puerto san juliano it starts raining hard water flowing down the street. So cold.
We carried on a few more miles but we are soaked water running through my gear. I was really glad when Tom decided to stop. Now to find a hotel I walk into reception of one lovely polished tiled floor I am so wet that the rain is running out of my gear all over the floor. Fortunately they were very understanding and find us a ...