Fueguino Hotel Patagonico
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Fueguino Hotel Patagonico Ushuaia
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... seats left as was last on the plane. Sat separate to girls as I wanted to sit by the window. We landed at Rio Gallegos but we thought was a direct flight! I changed seats to other side of plane but ended up falling asleep! Bags came out super fast as we were the only ones that got off! Think then continuing to bariloche. Got taxi but annoying Melina wanted to go to bus station so we all had to get out there and then walk to ...
... nice but a lot of money for what it was. Saw sea lions, albatross, a lighthouse and magellanic and gentoo penguins. Was hoping to see king penguins but didn't unfortunately. Then long way back so caught up on my diary. Strange that one island just has sealions but you don't see them anywhere else for example. Didn't get back til gone 9. Luckily bumped into girls on street and we went for dinner. Everywhere so expensive so restaurant we went but ...
... had double glazing! It did however have a huge hole in the door and the strong wind was bellowing straight through it. I dammed the gap with a windproof goretex jacket, sorted. Matt and Nadine turned up with some cleaner water than the stuff I had found. I filtered my water and it came out crystal clear and tasting good. I filled a few bottles and made a round of tea. Nadine had found some strange pink organisms when she filtered her water supply. Nice! During dinner we ...
... zu steigen, war heute die größte Herausforderung wegen den starken Schmerzen. Das Wetter war auch die meiste Zeit bedeckt und sehr kühl und so kam mir ein gemütlicher Tag ganz recht. Es fühlt sich schon sehr komisch an kalt zu haben. Seit Anfang unserer Reise trugen wir nur T-Shirt und kurze Hosen und der Schweiß lief uns nur so hinunter. Nun ist es aber kalt und wir sind froh um unsere warme Ausrüstung. Ich habe aber trotzdem lieber kalt als ...
... riding in 4 passenger Land Rovers, on very rough land of peat, hoping we didn't get stuck in the very thick mud. The bridges we passed over definitely wouldn’t pass U.S. standards. It was a very bumpy journey and well worth the ride. We also passed areas where they were still clearing mine fields from the Falklands War.
Going around Cape Horn Island was very picturesque. In Ushuaia, we took a ...