Hotel Bahia Redonda
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the astonishing spectacle of Perito Moreno Glacier. 5 km wide front, rising up to 60m above the water. The water is a milky turquoise colour whilst the glacier ranges from white to pale blue to deep deep blue to streaks of black. The front didn't seem so high until we got up close in our double-decker boat! The roar of breaking ice was like a cannon going off.
A great place for hiking. So many trails. We walked a bit but kept returning to the ...
... been my favourite place to date, I can't wait to return and finally be more than just an observer of the inside story. With thanks to my wonderful for bringing me here and for being an angel sent to me on earth x Nicky Last note, inspiration for the title is a homage to El Calafate not only being beautiful, but thanks to every public place or form of transportation booming to the beat of the eighties, Coldplay and Robbin Williams Swing when your winning soundtrack...another reason to love ...
... did not rise until after 9am which was quite odd. The temperature was very cold but not too bad during the day when the sun was out.
We then got onto a boat which took us in front of the glacier and then dropped us off on the other side.
Here we got split into smaller groups. Lucky for us ...
... balconies around the glacier.
We enjoyed witnessing huge bits of the glacier falling into the lake, landing with a giant thunderous splash. Although we tried to capture this on camera, it all happened too quickly. Nayan managed to capture a residual 'splash' though. To put things into perspective however, I would say that we thought that the Perito Moreno glacier was just as impressive as Iguassu falls.
As we approach our ...
... shown the glacial river and the old water wheel and then had our sandwich lunch provided by the hotel (but please note it was tuna salad and not cheese and ham). After lunch we were taken by our guide on a tour of the 'museum' which was an old sheep shearing shed which was highly original - it even still smelled of sheep wee although the last sheep on the ranch were sold almost 20 years ago! It contained a collection of old machinery, bits and pieces of shearing equipment, ...