Hotel Canal Beagle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Canal Beagle Ushuaia
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... drive but not the adventure we anticipated. Even though the drive has not been as shocking as expected the 50 km/hr cross winds have made it feel like the doors are being sucked off the car. We found it quiet comical watching the strong wind warning signs bow, bend and buckle in the wind. Not to mention the trees on the signs look like palm trees which seems oddly out of place in a desert landscape setting where nothing grows more than a foot high.
... other diners were all having the same problems and plates, cups, food and utensils all covered the floor.... Ben, our Kayak leader said he had learned to eat steak with one hand whilst the other gripped the ridged tabletop!! My second glass of wine occupied pride of place in the salt and pepper compartment and I managed not to spill it this time :) (photo) Siesta after lunch but not before buying myself a glasses strap for kayaking - I don't fancy losing my glasses in the ...
... store room, sleep in his basement gymnasium and cook in his covered and heated patio. It was an amazing place! 2 Uruguayans on a motorbike and 3 cyclists from Germany were also staying there, they had taken a rest day and done a days work in the bakery! I was very jealous, that sounded like fun! Sadly we had already booked our hotel for Ushuaia though so left early the next morning, after a few more pastries for breakfast of course! So. The final day of riding! How exciting! ...
... walking shoes, was the most challenging because of the severe pain today. The weather was overcast most of the time and very cool and so I came a pleasant day all right. It feels very weird to have cold. Since the beginning of our trip we were wearing only T-shirt and shorts and the sweat ran us just so down. Now, it is cold and we are happy about our warm gear. But I still prefer cold than hot. Because you can put off forever but once concluded. In addition I am also familiar from ...
Diana, the receptionist is a lovely Argentinian woman, with long black hair and the longest black eye lashes ever. She efficiently checks us in, takes us to our room, which is very much like our hotel room in Buenos Aires (right down to the bidet, however, this room has a jacuzzi spa), deposits the key with us, and reminds us she will be on duty in the morning when it’s time to check out. We get things settled in ...