How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Tehuel Plaza
TripAdvisor Reviews Tehuel Plaza El Calafate
Travel Blogs from El Calafate
... We stopped at the lake to see black swans and Upland geese with photographic instructions on capturing birds- focus on their eyes- which apparently results in a good picture! When I took the swans they were underwater feeding as were the flamingos so not much help there! It is an Argentinian tradition to have to close ones eyes before you round the corner to see the glacier for the first time. We duly obliged and it really is quite spectacular which you will see if ...
... on top and both our pants and waterproof pants for our
bottom half as well as scarves, gloves and beanies. The boat ride exceeded
expectations as we stayed a long time right in front of the glacier.
Unfortunately there was no ice breaking off while we were on the boat but to be
so close to its face and having it tower over the top of the boat was so
impressive. The cruise took over an hour as the distance was less than ...
... to booking it was full up until Sunday. Not the end of the world, but a little inconvenient. It is just another example of something I could have just sorted but left too late. This playing it fast and loose is really becoming my undoing. I need to get out of my own way. But I digress. There isn't a lot to do here (for cheap) to keep me entertained. I can crack on with learning Spanish and ...
... a little marina. We had salami, cheese, and mustard sandwiches with a side of apples and epic mountains. Next up was Hidden Lake, which wasn't hard to find. It was cool. The loop had a few points that the bike dude had pointed out where we could take hikes or ride down roads to reach other locations. One we decided would be worth doing went out to a point that jutted out into the big lake by Bariloche. From there, we could see epic mountains, so I ...
... We were watching in hope that a huge part of it would break and crash into the water but this only really happens once every few years. It was still quite intimidating to hear the glacier though (let alone see it), with constant crackles and thundering bangs sounding from within it.