Alto Andino Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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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 …
... we were thank for the windbreaks in the camping ground.
The next morning we took a look around the park, it is very odd to find volcano craters that are only 100m high or so located in the pampas. We did a small hike up into one of the craters that was full of Guanacos (a relative of the Lama) sheltering from the wind, the crater contain a cave that was excavated in the 1930’s by Junius Bird’s and human remains dating back more than 10 million ...
... of the channel. Affectionately known as Fin Del Mundo, Ushuaia is the capital of Tierra Del Fuego and it is the southernmost city in the world. I'm here!!! I can't believe it's happening at long last :) I arrived late morning and immediately set about hiring my waterproof (and wind proof and warm) outerwear - jacket, pants and gloves.... $80 for the ten days I'm away. Saves carting it around South America with me and I'd probably ...
... so pushing on would leave us camping on pampa in the middle of nowhere, tomorrow was a short day so there was no need to push on, breakfast was included and we could buy dinner so then have enough food to reach Tolhuin the next day. The list was long. Once we'd satisfied our consciences we checked in, had boiling hot showers, ate dinner and watched satellite TV. Luxury. Day 64. Sunday 22nd February. San Sebastián, Chile to Tolhuin, Argentina. The ...
... to cater for this number. We wandered around downtown (once we were able to make the taxi driver understand where we wanted to go), then did a one hour bus tour which pointed out the sites and spoke of its history (in English). The natural history museums were most interesting but in one of them all the signs were in Spanish only so that meant a lot of guessing. One ...