Apart Hotel Los Pinos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... not 52 pounds this time) for a starter and a Gunacho stew for mains. Pretty tasty! Despite the legendary taxi driver saying he would pick me up at 11 to take me to the airport, I wasn't sure whether to trust him, especially as I didn't have any change to tip him with! So I booked a different taxi, eventually convincing the guy that the bike would only fit in if he took the seats out, magic! At the airport the check in allowance was a normal 20kg with no ...
... the usual souvenir shops, restaurants and cafes catering to the throngs of Gortex clad tourists who pour off the cruise ships pulling in and out of port daily. We fell in love with the place - it's appearance, legends, romance and vibe. And the sun was shining in a sky dotted with clouds tumbling over the mountains.
When the rain started on our second evening and the temperature dropped to 6*C on the third day, ...
... people from the U.S., as opposed to "gringo", which often has a negative connotation. This is obvious throughout the country.) Down here issues pertain to 'Chile' and 'Argentina', their people, their lands, their resources. There doesn't seem to be a sense of belonging to a larger region or group despite the countless similarities - roots, language, form of government, official religion and history, to name a few. However, Mercosur, a trading bloc comprised of ...
... adjacent to the main part of town and there,s quite a few cruise boats there, as well as a selection of smaller boats and further east, a clutch of naval boats. Tierra del Fuego is the island on which Ushuaia is located and its split almost down the middle with a border between Chile and Argentina. Just west of the town is the Tierra del Fuego National Park, an area of mountains and forests with some well laid out walking trails. It is right next ...
... and we took off 45 minutes early. I guess we were the only ones who had booked on this flight, so they were able to get us out early. It was a pretty empty flight, and we got into Ushuaia an hour earlier than expected. I grabbed my bag, jumped in a taxi, and I was at Hotel Mil810 by 4pm, which is when I was supposed to land.
Ryan was at the hotel waiting for me, and it ...