Fueguino Hotel Patagonico
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... of gore-tex clad tourists each year who come for the nearby Los Glaciars National park. Home to several glaciers with Perito Moreno being the jewel in the crown. I spent hours gazing at this oversized ice cube wedged between two majestic slopes. The glacier is enormous and one of the fastest moving in the world. Thankfully the early morning fog cleared unveiling a glistening mass of ice under the clear, blue sky. Three hours from El Calafate is the small, one horse town of ...
... the Argentine people had been embarrassed and democracy was re-installed and it also avoided a war with Chile as the Argentine military junta was rattling sabres with them over territory for some time prior to the war.In the UK it allowed the Conservative Government under Margaret Thatcher to win a landslide general election for her second term when prior to the war she was not popular at all. As with most wars,many people died just to maintain the status quo,but ...
... hours mostly on the bus to reach Ushuaia, the best part was the ferry across the Magellan Straight where we saw small black and white Commerson's Dolphins playing by the boat. I didn't even know black and white dolphins existed, I thought they were all grey - clearly not. Arrived in Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world after dark. Group split over two BnB's not sure ours was the best, finished the day in a pricey restaurant on seafront for ...
... as lots of random people came up to me and gave me hugs. Maybe there was steam coming out of my ears. Jon (mate) even ironed my shirt! 12:00 lunch, more running around, getting dressed, made myself look presentable, my trousers don't fit anymore! 12:50 started signing on the people currently on board. I had Louise the voyage doctor helping me sign on again. Then the stores arrived, not the best combination of people arriving and a months ...
... the world. The post office was soon overwhelmed by two buses full of American tourists (probably heading on Antarctica cruises).
I stopped in town and did some more shopping and wandered around a bit more taking a few more pictures before taking a taxi back to the house. I took a siesta and woke up to an amazing start to a sunset - so I had to grab a few pictures before we headed to get a view from above town and have another great dinner.