Fueguino Hotel Patagonico
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... vacations. Vacation was visiting relatives in Kentucky. I didn't know anyone who had traveled overseas, except for uncles in WW 2. Then a school teacher showed her slides of a trip to Europe, and from then on it became the driving goal of my young life. Many places to see, but Antarctica never occurred to me. That was for ...
... In the afternoon, we took the one hour flight down to Ushuaia. Pouring rain when we arrived, but it cleared up, we took a walk to the waterfront and then dinner at La Estancia, a famous restaurant for meat right off the grill, and a bit of tango! ...
... at the brow then found it was where EVERYBODY wanted to have their photo taken with a penguin as backdrop. Not impressed with being shifted! Still managed a few thousand photos. You will all be pleased Photobox allows me to collage them! Back with half an hour to eat the cheese sandwich we'd made at breakfast before our two hour riding excursion. I requested a horse which didn't need too much encouragement to keep going and found myself on Solo a massive grey ...
... total of three hours with a sandwich stop.
We saw the 2pm bus coming up the road and we decided to hop on as we would otherwise have had to wait over 2 hours for the next one and there were only another couple of really short walks we could do.
Back at the hostel, we had a cup of soup and an empanada while we spoke to Marcos about booking a cruise on Beagle Chanel for the morning. After taking us through the pros and cons of the different tours, ...
... Now this place brought remoteness to a whole new level. The town was founded in 1985, basically to stop the Chileans's taking over the land as it lies right at the border in a very conflicted area. It sits in a river valley surrounded by white tipped slopes and the vertical granite peaks of Cerro Torre and Cerro Fitzroy, which are spectacular. Oh if that doesn't excite you, there's a three hundred by seventy kilometre glacier behind that. The day I arrived the weather ...