La Posada del Fin del Mundo
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Posada del Fin del Mundo Ushuaia
Breakfast was wonderful, better than most places we stayed in South America. Location was perfect for us, not in a busy area but only a 10-minute walk to the city center. Room was large with plenty of closet place. Room with toilet was added onto the building, so it got cold during the night. Price was appriopriate for the area. We would stay here again.
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... kiss us goodbye as if we were dear friends. Chileans are so nice and open. One of the people we ask to make a picture is an interesting man from London, Andy, in his early forties, who has been travelling the world for the past eight years on a BMW 650 cc motorcycle.160.000 km without technical problems, exept for the waterpump that has been made of cheese, so you always need to carry a spare one. He has been all over, from Pakistan and Afganistan to Canada, through Mexico ...
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Early ferry crossing to the land of fire.
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