Hosteria Y Restaurante America
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... attempts to establish a permanent outpost in a region with extreme climatic conditions. Puerto Hambre, or Port Hunger, is one of these previous attempts. Many of the current residents are descendents of Croatian, German, English and Irish immigrants. As for the name Patagonia, or Land of Big Feet, it stuck after Magellan used the term upon seeing huge footprints on the shores. However, it was later discovered that the natives used alpaca hides to cover their feet ...
... There are around 68 crew in all, we meet the main section heads. There,s 4 decks that passengers can access and the captain has agreed to an open bridge, ie we can go there any time to watch operations in the bridge. They will only close it to passengers in certain circumstances. Before dinner there,s a champagne reception where we formally meet the captain who appears to be Russian. Unfortunately, due to the number of ships in ...
... at either crossing, so that was yet again, another easy border crossing for me. I love that! We continued our drive into Ushuaia and arrived at about 8:30pm. It was only supposed to be ten hours, but the ferry crossing and border crossings were a bit slow.
Ushuaia seems like a nice town. I saw more of it tonight than I had planned on. I got off the bus and had no Argentinian pesos to get a taxi. I had to find an ATM, and ...
... even a book written over this region and the ways the indigenous people lived here. The name of the book is “Uttermost Part of the Earth”of Lucas Bridges, for the ones who are interested in it. We had a nice trip to this place we saw some nice birds, some
beautiful landscapes, wild horses and even a dead horse which was just been eaten by a fox in real life! The estancia (farmhouse) is ...
We had a window seat at breakfast in the dinning room of our hotel looking out over the city, the beagle channel and across to the mountains of the National Park of Tierra del Fuego. It's a bittersweet day as we head back to Buenos Aires and the end of this portion of our trip. Our flight got delayed 5 hours due to very bad weather in BA, but thankfully not cancelled like many ...