Hosteria Y Restaurante America
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... plates can be seen on the surface along the Magellan-Fagnono fault. We arrived around 18:30 for our four night stay. Most people were excited to be in a hostel after six nights of camping. Nevertheless, the hostel was okay but not the most spectacular rooms. My whole room went and got their sleeping bags and silk liners as the sheets were a bit grungy not to mention some people who got towels that looked a piece was bitten off of ...
... over Patagonia, which is arid, bare and empty. Why doesn't this qualify as a desert? It's only the last half hour that things get interesting when we fly over the mountains, down the Beagle Channel and into town. Ushuaia! We made it to The End of the World!
What a stunning setting.This is so much like Alaska except there are more trees and they're big. The weather is just beginning to turn chilly and so the forests have a hint of red. Theres a little bit of flat ...
... is likely you will observe that the computers being used still have floppy disk drives, you will be concerned. The English speaker will indicate he has your parcel but that he cannot relinquish it until you have completed some documents. He will ask you to wait outside, promising he will be out shortly with the documents, which he will help you complete. After about 45 minutes of waiting outside you will conclude the documents and help are not going to materialise. If ...
... tidy and the crew very nice and funny. And most important of all- the Bar has good wine and beer so this trip promisses to be great! =)
Captain Eric gave a welcome speach and the crew was presented. And in the evening we had our first of so many dinners on board..yummy yummy..dinner time is my favorite time!
The next day we had just perfect weather to sail through the Beagle channel. Sunny, 20 degrees, ...
... a late lunch and then went to the meeting point where we were shuffled onto buses. The bus then drove us to the boat which wouldn't been more than a five minute walk. We boarded and my roommate and I found our cabin. I have decided to post the pictures of the interior of the ship on my blog posting for tomorrow at sea since I won't have many other pictures as I figure blue water won't be the most interesting thing to photograph. We are on the sixth floor on the port side of ...