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Enjoy Your Room With More Than A View

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We just received a review from a guest recently returning from their custom Wildland Adventure in Patagonia. They couldn't get into the luxury Eolo Lodge by the time they planned their trip so we set them up at the all-inclusive Alta Vista, another one of our favorites near the Moreno Glacier in Argentina. She made the observation that they wish they had more time to enjoy Alta Vista..."it's expensive and it's beautiful, we wanted to experience it more." Hosteria Alta Vista is a small, authentic home and working estancia between Calafate and Los Glaciares National Park for your Patagonia vacation. This seven-room hosteri√≠a was built by Yugoslav pioneers in 1920 as part of Estancia Anita, the area's largest working sheep farm. Its secluded setting in the Patagonian steppe is only 22 miles from El Calafate and a short drive to the spectacular Moreno Glacier. Like many of the estancias and boutique Argentine hosterias...
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Guest — Jonathan Burnham
Staying a boutique accommodation in Patagonia would be such a great way to get the full experience from the region. I can't wait t... Read More
Monday, 03 December 2012 02:35
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Thanks For The Memories of India

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  Thanks for the memoriesOf things I can't forgetThe people I metI did my partIndia's not for the faint of heart.Thanks for the memoriesDays spent on a bumpy rideSeeking tigers that hide.How thrilling it wasThanks for the memoriesOf jeep safarisAnd silky sarisSquirrels that flySouvenirs we buyHow delightful it wasThanks for the memoriesThe cows, the rickshawsThe tucs and big trucksThe traffic in the streetsHow I prayed and shriekedHow crazy it was    Thanks for the memoriesOf lunch and dinner curriesRice, Nan and PoorisHow tasty it wasThanks for the memoriesThe Taj at evening and at dawnEternal Ganges rolls along A skull near the riverThat gave me a shiverHow sobering it wasKarma Sutra carved in stonePositions Christians wouldn't condoneI would need a bookTo practice the lookHow naughty it wasThanks for the memoriesOf camels in the darkFlames burned and sparkedThe evening was grandOur party in the sandThank you so much By June Brockmeier - Wildland guest from...
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Guest — Jonathan Burnham
This is wonderful June, you are quite the poet.
Tuesday, 13 November 2012 02:38
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