Alto Andino Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We sleep in on Friday morning, which is lovely. After showers and Allen’s very own bidet experience, we go downstairs for a light breakfast buffet. Fresh fruits, pastries, cereal, coffee, milk, tea, and to order eggs is delicious and filling. Our flight to Ushuaia leaves from the domestic airport, so we’ll taxi there instead of having a …
... doesn't provide the same experience with fellow travelers, nor does it allow for the spectacular sights afforded by ground travel.
Punta Arenas lies along the Strait of Magellan in one of the windiest parts of the planet. I remember being in Tarifa, Spain, on the Strait of Gibraltar years ago and watching windsurfers enjoying the blustery conditions where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Mediterranean Sea, which is where all hurricanes are spawned. Well the wind ...
... largest swell was 7m, they,re hitting the ship at an angle across the bow so we rise up roll one way and back, and then slam down with a thump, on and on! There,s some fairly green looking people around on day 1. The hotel manager, Petula Clarke, tells us its the worst day she,s had this season on any Drake crossing. Mind you she never gets sick! I manage lunch which is very nice, 3 courses, and dinner, again three courses, no weight loss on ...
... I started walking in the direction of the bus terminal and found a taxi to bring me the rest of the way. It turns out it’s not a terminal, just an office for this bus company. I was hoping to pick up something for breakfast when I got to the terminal, but I had no luck there.
We started our journey at 8:30am sharp, and headed up north to make the crossing over a river. We had to do this with the help of a ferry, and ...
... means it is for sale, the police you can't really trust, everything about the legal green and the illegal blue rate for changing your money, how to drive and park your car in Argentina, etc.
We discussed together and decided to go to visit some lakes which are +/- 85 km outside
Ushuaia. This trip you can do by 4x4 car but is also still possible by car. We like to see Lago Escondido, ...