Conde Ansurez Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... flats has very elegant detailed old buildings that are mostly in good shape. There's a lot of traffic that doesn't smell pleasant. Nick wanted to walk next to the coast and I told him there was nothing there and I was right.
We ended up walking to a lot of congested areas that felt somewhat shady. We couldn't find a colectivo back so we walked the way back to our barrio. Saw the Santa Isabel grocery and went inside. It was getting close to sunset. Our ...
... customs, get our bags and get to the domestic airport and book our bags through to Perth. I was determined I wasn't going to miss the flight and so I had to be a bit assertive to make sure we got processed and onto the flight. No-one at the airport seemed to want to make the process any easier for people getting connecting flights.
We booked the bags through at the international airport and then we had to catch the bus to the domestic ...
... interesting nor pleasant. The food options and quality are limited, and the rural folks are more standoff-ish than in Santiago. We actually couldn't get service in the only resturant open that first night, and had to leave. But that's okay, nothing a trip to the market couldn't handle. A bottle of wine and an empaņada on the patio of our room was perfectly tolerable.
... vista overlooking lake Llanquihue. We gathered our bags and staggered the short distance to the bus terminal, singing English rock songs at the top of our lungs like two plastered gringos walking arm in arm. Life, it seemed, was beautiful. Early that day, we'd been in uncontrollable hysterics for about 20 minutes, tears rolling down our cheeks and completely unable to get it together. The sun was starting to set, and I'd spent a day eating and drinking (my two favourite hobbies) with ...
... I was the last man standing and came second to the only woman in the game. The ship docked in Ushuaia at 18:30 and we took a short walk into town. By this time we have become 'institutionalised' and quickly returned to Quest in case we might miss dinner. The food on board, both quality and variety, continues to excel and we saw little point in seeking out a restaraunt onshore. The Quest crew, on the other hand, were quitei excited with the opportunity of getting ashore and ...