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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... Aires after leaving the Falkland Islands. For those who are counting, that means that we have had three days ashore (Montevideo, Ushuaia, and Port Stanley) between leaving Buenos Aires on the afternoon of January 10th and returning on the morning of January 27th. However, we’ve only lost one day in Puerto Madryn and our second day in the Falklands. This cruise was always focused on sea-days.
After dinner, ...
... their parents legs. The Magellanic babies were a little older and some came out of their burrows to greet us. Our brief but interesting stop in Ushuaia should be the last stop where we will need our thermals and winter gear. We're swapping the freezing winds of Patagonia for the warmer climate of Buenos Aires - though we can't complain given we've only had them out for c.10 days - the beauty of planning a trip enabling us to experience 3 summers back-to-back! ...
... of the 649 troops who died and a separate memorial for the 303 who died on the General Belgrano.
The irony of this war was that a peace treaty was never signed and both sides still claim sovereignty of the islands,a treaty was drawn up in 1989 restoring international relations,in Madrid but the island issue was never resolved other than everyone went back to square one!
The outcome the war had was that it dismantled the Argentine military junta from ruling ...
... which starts in Buenos Aires finishes, “The Road to the End of the World”! We walked along a wooden raised walkway for more scenic views.
We then went to Lapataia, a large lake surrounded by mountains which again was stunning. Nearby there was the Park Information Centre which we visited. Fletcher bought a T shirt there depicting rounding Cape Horn. It was pleasant just sitting outside looking at the beautiful views. Then it was back to the town. We had ...
Again today was pretty average weather so our plan to hike the martial glacier was postponed until tomorrow. Hectic rain and gale force winds meant that the mountain was pretty much off limits to hikers. The rain was bad, but we heard that a ship had recently docked in the port, amd some people thought it may have been ours which was enough for me to take a walk down there to see what we were going to ...