Apart Hotel Los Pinos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... This left me with absolutely no space to sit in the front, but I didn't mind! The taxi driver said he is the only one that can get bikes in his car in town so I booked him up to take me to the airport in a few days. A fun first night in Punta Arenas spent having beers with some cyclists I met back on the Careterra. The English and Scottish guys on Surly's and the French couple with the recumbent! I spent a day sea kayaking on the Magellan Straight, hoping to ...
Awoke as we were coming slowly up the Beagle Channel into Ushuaia - pronounced Oosh-wire. The mountains around were snow capped. It was a lovely sight. The day finished up very mild -15 deg C with no wind. Wandered around the town & did some shopping and sent Postcards! There is a little airport, and a big harbour with lots of pleasure boats. ...
... days and like home, there are some guidelines. There are no locks on the cabin doors for safety. In case of emergency, the staff needs to be able to enter any cabin immediately. If we have valuables we’re worried about, we can put them in the safe, but Jaoa says that there has never been an issue with lost or stolen property. He gives us the meal schedule. Since there is only one seating per meal, it’s pretty simple: Breakfast at 7:30 or ...
... a late lunch and then went to the meeting point where we were shuffled onto buses. The bus then drove us to the boat which wouldn't been more than a five minute walk. We boarded and my roommate and I found our cabin. I have decided to post the pictures of the interior of the ship on my blog posting for tomorrow at sea since I won't have many other pictures as I figure blue water won't be the most interesting thing to photograph. We are on the sixth floor on the port side of ...
... tea, pre dinner canapes and drinks, I feel like I have put on a kg at least. The build up to sighting land again at the entry to the Beagle Channel is tangible, expected at around 4pm on 24th January, followed by anchoring for a period until the pilot will take us in to Ushuaia, to disembark at 8am Sunday 25th January. We watch an historic movie with actual footage of a large sailing ship that sails from the North Sea across the ...