So a pretty blue building for you from Cuenca in Spain...just downloading hundreds of photos as the town was super photogenic. Have a case of the blues today...just thought it was Monday as well but woke up thinking it was Saturday...my memory is truly screwed up this week. A few ladies and I at work are suffering badly from PMS...so bad that there was a McD’s run, I felt better after a milkshake but before oh my goodness 🙊🙉🙈 #kellytravelseurope
The UNESCO World Heritage Site, Los Glaciares National Park in the southwest of Argentina is best known for being the location of Perito Moreno Glacier. However, Upsala Glacier (pictured here) takes the crown as the largest glacier on the South American continent. It is 336-sq.miles (870km²) in area, 37-miles (60km) long and 230 ft. (70m) high. It’s far larger than its more famous cousin, Perito Moreno, which only covers 97-sq.miles (250km²) in area and has a length of 19-miles (30km) and a height of 240 ft. (74m). Visit Patagonia soon because these beautiful glaciers are retreating each year because of climate change.