Hotel Best Western Finis Terrae
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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It is Bob's birthday today! He is turning 71. We spent his 70th birthday on the Celebrity ship last year in the Caribbeans, with Steven and Amber. Hard to believe another year has gone by!
Apparently the sea was quite rough last night but I was not bothered. We got up around 8:30 this morning Looking out on the balcony, it was pretty gloomy. The deck was all wet, not sure if it rained or was the wind and spray. It was very windy. ...
... the guy waved us in for free. There was quite a mix of standard graves and mausoleums, but not quite on the same scale and excess as we saw in Santiago.
We continued to walk downhill, towards the coast, to the Magellan brewery. It's a small micro-brewery, but we'd heard it had won some awards and therefore worth a tasting session. The brewery was really small, about the size of a small house, and there was no tour as such, nor was there any tasting because ...
... Straits was moving apace –
had to as current were fierce so we were off and across in no time. Saw one
poor penguin whose path we crossed frantically trying the avoid the weird course
of the boat and not lose it’s ground.
As ever was the last person dropped off – tried somewhere
economical for here (£15) & was lucky – it was 8.50pm and rain was about to
descend with a force.
... 8221; tour, so we were finished by 12:00ish and we headed back to the city for a walkabout. They have a magnificent cemetery with huge mausoleums in a carefully manicured setting. I came here hoping that we’d get some decent weather – what we’ve seen during most of the trip has exceeded this by a long shot.
Tomorrow, we’re heading to Ushuaia, Argentina – it’s the first time that ...
... in, booked a passage to Ushuaia for Tuesday even though we really wanted Monday, thinking that it was the only bus company that offered passage there. Then we went to another company, realized they had passage to Ushuaia on Monday, went back to the first company, argued with the girl who again was not happy to see us over the penalty fee for returning the tickets (she had done her math wrong on the tickets, in addition to having ...