Hosteria Y Restaurante America

Address: Gobernador Paz 1665, Ushuaia, Province of Tierra del Fuego, Patagonia, 9410, Argentina | 3 star hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Ushuaia

    Blog 8- Argentina, Perito Moreno – Ushuaia

    A travel blog entry by jayalanawilson on Mar 03, 2015

    59 photos

    ... a large number of oil and gas wells and a significant amount of industrial development relating to oil and gas. We had originally planned on camping near Rio Grande but could not find an appropriate camp so we pushed on a further 123 kms to Tolhuin. As we approached Tolhuin the landscape slowly changes from rolling grass hills to a low growing gnarled and twisted forested full of dead wood. We arrived into Tolhuin just after sunset which allowed us to take in ...

    Post ride activities

    A travel blog entry by jonreilly85 on Feb 25, 2015

    38 photos

    A day spent in Ushuaia getting extremely frustrated with the lack of buses, accommodation and bike boxes. We finally had transport out of here sorted (on different days as buses can't take 3 bikes) back to Punta Arenas to fly back to Santiago. It would have been easier to cycle! After a day off the bike I was clearly missing it as the next morning I was off for a morning hill climb to a hanging glacier high above the city. The rest of my time in Ushuaia was ...

    50. Punta Arenas to Ushuaia (4 days, 301 miles)

    A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Feb 21, 2015

    3 comments, 63 photos

    ... then headed out for a celebratory meal and drinks. Unfortunately the place where we wanted to eat was closed and we ended up at the famous Irish pub serving average beer and below average food. It's clearly surviving off its reputation for being cool - but it's ****. We then headed for desert and a Pisco Sour down near the water and realised we were too pitifully tired for a wild celebration. It felt like a muted end, but it always takes a few days for things to sink ...

    Home to Ushuaia (16 - 18 Feb)

    A travel blog entry by merren on Feb 18, 2015

    6 photos

    ... more sleep. The first email I read shattered my world . . . my beloved old dog was very ill and would probably have to be euthanised. Before we left home Martin and I had discussed what he was to do should Casey deteriorate but little did we think the plan would have to be put into place so quickly. Fortunately we were still in a place where we could get emails so we were able to be kept informed and be there in spirit, if not in person. There were lots of tears ...

    White Summer at the World's End

    A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Jan 25, 2015

    1 comment, 42 photos

    ... doesn't provide the same experience with fellow travelers, nor does it allow for the spectacular sights afforded by ground travel.

    Punta Arenas lies along the Strait of Magellan in one of the windiest parts of the planet. I remember being in Tarifa, Spain, on the Strait of Gibraltar years ago and watching windsurfers enjoying the blustery conditions where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Mediterranean Sea, which is where all hurricanes are spawned. Well the wind ...