Hostal Del Bosque Apart Hotel
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...especially after traveling 48 hours to arrive in Ushuaia.
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You can tell by the abundance of Facebook posts that we made it successfully to our port of call! 48 hours of transit time together and we still like each other- this marriage business is a piece of cake. My guess is that Adam felt more like a husband BEFORE the wedding with all the wedding to do lists. We realized that if I continue to sleep when …
... Detroit to Miami, my first class upgrade was bogarted by some other schmoe who had more status than me. This put me in an aisle seat next to the mossad middle aged double for Justin Timberlake. . Yes sporting the pot belly, receding hairline, gold rimmed Ray ban aviator sunglasses, he proceeded to pretend that he owned the entire route, elbowing me and kicking me almost twice a minute and hollering to his traveling companions the whole ...
... weren't sure we would go to Ushuaia since July is the coldest month there. But once we were in Argentina we thought ok, let's just go and see for ourselves.
It is a very special city, sandwiched between the snow-covered mountains and an ocean with ice-breakers waiting for their time to go to Antarctica which is only some 1000 km away from Ushuaia.
Apparently, it has been a weird year with not so much snow but we managed to get some. On our first day we ...
... But, when the skies opened up and the rain began, we were afraid our evening plans would need to be changed, as our camp site had no shelter and we were now dealing with a wet pile of wood. Hesitantly, we abandoned the wood pile we had worked hard for, climbed into the van and drove twelve kilometers to another campsite within the park, next to the park information center, where we thought we might find campsites with shelter. Although we found no shelter at the ...
... to get dinner after putting our things down, and explored the small town a bit. Maybe it was just the contrast to the heat of Santiago, but the crisp, cold, and dark streets of Ushuaia, broken occasionally by a bright window with red-nosed tourists wining and dining put us in mind of a Christmas town.
The next day, we woke up early to plan out the next few days and make some errands. We had a similar but not as prolonged experience with buying ...