Apart Hotel Los Pinos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Ushuaia
... harrrbour I struggled and embarked on the M/V Plancius, the finest sea-faring vessel there be. Flying the Dutch flag, her ice-strengthened hull were to carry me and a hundred mates south and south and south some more.
At six bells she set sail, leaving Ushuaia to saunter through the Beagle Channel before traversing the unforgiving Drake passage.
Storms were a-brewing, twenty knots the wind was ...
... to make sate sause in
a hostel will be a great challenge.
Beside of that we had
already to say “Good Bye” to some of our hostel friends but
internet is a good way to keep in touch and they living in Germany
near Frankfurt so we will catch up with them when we are back in
So tomorrow we are going
on tour by car with two Argentinian guys we met here.
... of huge trees.
The penal colony like others around the world at that time,Devils Island in French Guiana,Norfolk Island in Australia,Van Diemen's Land in Tasmania and New Caledonia in the South Pacific was based on a brutal system of hard labour and notorious conditions. I found myself lining up at the little railway station outside the town to receive my ticket to board the train that ran along the tracks that the prisoners built.Work on the tracks began in 1904 ...
... scattered throughout.
Our goal for the remainder of the day was to top up our water jugs and gas tank, and yes, the line for gas was a good two blocks long. Also, looking at our road map as Route 3 North hugs the Atlantic Coast, and noticing that we may not be passing through any towns large enough to have a grocery store for quite a few days, we also stocked up on canned and dry goods that would cross borders without issue and would feed the five of us for the ...
... it was dark, cold and snowy and we were pleased to settle in to our cosy home-stay for the next few days. Originally established as a penal colony, Ushuaia became a key naval base in 1950. The charismatic small city lies on the shores of the Beagle Channel with a spectacular backdrop of the Fuegan Andes and is as far south as roads go on Earth.
A highlight of Ushuaia was the excellent Museo Maritimo with its distinctive layout in an old prison that once ...