Hosteria Valle Frio
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Ushuaia
... to see the southernmost post office, on the Beagle Channel with the border between Chile and Argentina running down the middle. Then it was back to the ship and order in some salmon steaks to have in our room - too late returning to go to our dinner booking!! At 8pm we went up to one of the bars which features a guitarist/singer - tonight he was doing a James Taylor hour - James Taylor songs with martinis! ...
... Fuego. On the way back I hitched a ride in a 4 x 4 driven by a Chilean man and his American wife. The next day I'd planned to go to town and see all the museums, poor planning. They were all closed on Mondays, bar one, a rich early 20th century family house in the centre of town decked out in a French Renaissance style. I was most disappointed to miss the Maritime museum which was suppose to have some awesome relics from the Shackleton expedition, it was here in ...
... we decided to chance our luck on a flight to Ushuaia (pronounced "Oosh-why-a"). So we disembarked at Calafate airport just before the town. Here we purchased tickets to the iconic city and three and a half hours later we arrived in Ushuaia, otherwise known as Fin del Mundo, (the end of the world), on the southern tip of Argentinian Patagonia.
At 54* 48' 34" South latitude, Ushuaia is the world's southern most ...
... thousands were sedated before being pushed out of small aircraft flying over the Atlantic. It should hardly be a surprise that the condor has been a sacred symbol for many indigenous groups in South America for thousands of years.
While the indigenous peoples of this region were not hostile towards the Europeans who came over in droves without an invitation, by the end of the late 19th century massacres initiated by the white man greatly reduced their ...
Flight from Calafate to Ushuaia was plain sailing, always meeting people including an AUssie couple from Melbourne, also on this flight and going to Antarctica on a different ship. Many have been to the same places in Patagonia where I have been so we compare notes. Ushuaia is impressive to fly into, high icy mountains flank the city which has a shoreline to the Beagle Channel, an impressive waterway which leads out to the Drake Passage. Its quite ...