Cabanas Tierra Mistica
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... waned as we walked the draughty streets, wrapped in our thermals and rain jackets. And this is summer. Winter here, just 1,000km from the Antarctic must be grim indeed. We later learned that a heatwave had struck Ushuaia just prior to our arrival, with temperatures soaring to 22*C during the day, causing great concern and discomfort for the unaccustomed inhabitants.
During our stay in Ushuaia we also discovered ...
... at the base of mountains that rise up to snow capped peaks right in front of you. While we didn't get a chance to make it to the Parque del Tierra del Fuego (Park of the Land of Fire) you can get to with public transit which already beats out most places (8USD each way and it's a 20 minute ride to the first trailhead).
Ushuaia is an unpretentious ...
... in the depths of the valley for the last 3-4 hour leg of the trek. During the winter the valley is a frozen river or submerged under snow so what you're left with in the summer is evidence of vast tree destruction through which was our route; up, over, between and under! Ab fab although not easy with a 55L backpack in tow.
Last but not least we braved the dogs protecting their sheep and hitched a ride back to Ushuaia town in time for a hot shower and a large meal! ...
Tuesday 30. Woke to a wet, dull day as we sailed along Glacier Alley. There were spectacular views of glaciers as we ventured along the fjord. We arrived in Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world, about 1pm. Then we were off on an excursion to Tierra del Fuego National Park. At Ensenada Bay we posted postcards from the southernmost post office, a tin shed. At Lapataia Bay we reached the southernmost place in the world that can be reached by road and the very end of the ...
... town. We were thinking that we could send them pictures from Scotland,Lapland and New Zealand, but the winner was the girl sitting next to us who came from Buenos Aires.
Back on land, we went in search of some lunch and ended up at Parrilla La Estancia. The restaurant was busy and the grill looked good, but it turned out to be a ****** meal. They had a buffet option that we chose not to have, preferring to go for a better cut of meat. What should ...