- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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... Perito Moreno is well known as it is easily accessible and ruptures every so many years. This phenomenon occurs when one face extends and touches the opposite mountain. In fact we saw that it had reached this point but we were informed it occurs some 6/9 months afterwards. This glacier is not the largest - it's 30 km long and 250 sq metres and is fed by the South Patagonian ice field. We did ...
... on whatever time we wanted it at everyday and we ended up staying in a little cabin that was nice and cosy.
On our first day we went for a walk to Laguna Nimez, which was super windy. And did some shopping and booked onto the Glacier Tour for the next day. We booked a Mini Trekking tour through Hielo & Aventura, however the all day tour didn't include food or drinks of any kind. Considering the price of the tour we thought ...
... 300years for ice to get from the start of the glacier down to the lake. We did a tour, even though we've poo-pooed on doing anymore tours. And later were thinking we should've just rented a car and did it ourselves.... Lots of waiting. On the tour you have the option of doing a little boat trip out to the southern face of the glacier, and then are taken via bus back to some boardwalks and viewing points. We weren't going to do the boat tour, but then were told that if you don't ...
... are very minimal, the airport food was disgusting as usual, although I think the Argentinians give disgusting a new meaning. We had a completo Burger, which was a burger with the lot, or so we thought. They brought us two bits of dry roll with a very dead bit of cow in it and some sad greens. They provided multiple sachets of ketchup to wash it down! They made Maca's look like haute cuisine.
Our flight to Iguazu left on ...
... On this 8,000 acre ranch he began a cattle breeding business. They used to get people coming by to trek up the famous "towers" in the mountain range. They were always putting up the trekkers for a night and from here grew the idea of accommodation. Antonio and his wife started with 9 rooms for visitors. Today the hotel is one of the most outstanding in the region and still maintains the principles of its founders: " to share the warmth of ...