Apart Hotel Los Pinos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... it was actually called the CPZ but what a glorious throwback (dubba, 2010) to robot wars. *unsure about love and affection *not including the spork *local brand, treasurer would never sanction kellogs. Cereal experience also tarnished by long life milk, also budget related. *possibly also the name for Jersey's premier night spot? *real name, Keiko. *see emotional end scene from the film Free Willy where Glenn smashes his truck through the gates to release Willy back ...
... we were thank for the windbreaks in the camping ground.
The next morning we took a look around the park, it is very odd to find volcano craters that are only 100m high or so located in the pampas. We did a small hike up into one of the craters that was full of Guanacos (a relative of the Lama) sheltering from the wind, the crater contain a cave that was excavated in the 1930’s by Junius Bird’s and human remains dating back more than 10 million ...
... to go on deck as we could well be washed overboard. If anyone broke a bone we would have to turn round and return to the Falklands which would ruin everyone's holiday. It was lovely seeing our approach to South Georgia and the snow covered mountains. The king Penguins were diving in and out of the water and following the ship. The sea was a little calmer so I went up to the bridge to take a couple of photographs. We docked just before 4.00 and then it was time to put on all ...
Of the above mentioned ports, our visit to Stanley in the Falkland Islands was highlighted with a visit to Bluff Cove Lagoon where we saw hundreds of penguins in their natural habitat. The two species we saw were the Gentoo and King. We were literally only a few feet away from them. We observed many of them returning from the sea, after fishing for food, to feed their young on the beach. Part of this ...
Diana, the receptionist is a lovely Argentinian woman, with long black hair and the longest black eye lashes ever. She efficiently checks us in, takes us to our room, which is very much like our hotel room in Buenos Aires (right down to the bidet, however, this room has a jacuzzi spa), deposits the key with us, and reminds us she will be on duty in the morning when it’s time to check out. We get things settled in ...