La Maison de Ushuaia B&B

Address: H. Bouchard 316, Ushuaia, Province of Tierra del Fuego, Patagonia, 9410, Argentina | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on H. Bouchard 316, Ushuaia.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Maison de Ushuaia B&B

Reviewed by wildkriv

A unique experience...

Reviewed Mar 19, 2014
by (54 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

We had a great stay with Solange and her family. The accommodation is more of a home-stay than hostel but guests have their own kitchen and bathroom. Our double room had character with our bed on a plinth! Clean and very cosy. Breakfast was very good and plentiful with excellent coffee and bread. Solange made us a packed-lunch when we had a very early start to leave Ushuaia. Perfect hospitality. The family dog 'Moon' is adorable!

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TripAdvisor Reviews La Maison de Ushuaia B&B

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Travel Blogs from Ushuaia

El Fin del Mundo...

A travel blog entry by wildkriv on Mar 19, 2014

15 photos

As we made our way south through Tierra del Fuego, the large island reluctantly shared by Argentina and Chile, it was clear that the 'land of fire' really is the end of the world due to its isolated location and inaccessibility. Neither of us had been this far south before. Prior to the 1800s, passing ships named this land as they spotted the glow …

........"Here At The End Of The World"

A travel blog entry by nickjackets on May 10, 2014

4 comments, 44 photos

... police force.Roca was deeply concerned that Chile had their eyes on the area.The penal colony would help to cement Ushuaia firmly in place.

The Argentinian Government continued to encourage people to move to Ushuaia,this was not easy as it was a desolate wind swept area with appalling weather.Never the less,fishing was good and amazing natural wonders,like the glaciers and Beagle Channel could be used as future investments.Some people did move down when rumours of a ...

The end of the greatest 14 days of my life

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Mar 22, 2014

1 photo

... together and cooked up a big family dinner which jan dreamt up. It was tomatoes, mince and a nice tangy sauce sandwhiched between roasted eggplant. We had a bit of left over champagne so we finished that, and then went out drinking with some of the staff and crew from the boat as sort of a last goodbye. This turned into a much earlier night than i had anticipated Because everyone was still really tired, but it was still a lot of ...

Glaciers and Penguins

A travel blog entry by geosand on Feb 17, 2014

This is glacier alley. Romanche glacier named for a French ship which came through in the 19th century.Has substantial melt water with a fair amount of debris causing the water to be discoloured. We are in the Beagle Channel ( a straight connecting pacific and Atlantic ) this glacier is retreating. Behind the ice field is snow which we cannot see. Darwin came through here in 1830 in his ship ...

Departing Ushuaia

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Jan 19, 2014

47 photos

... Southern Hemisphere summer season by One Ocean Expeditions, a Canadian company that offers expeditions to Antarctica (and also to the Arctic during the Northern Hemisphere summer).

Returned to the B&B at 3:09 and copied the test photos from my old camera onto my laptop to examine them. The images look fine. So I managed to calm down a little bit knowing that I’d have my old camera to use during the ...