Hosteria los Hielos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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We have not been able to persuade Dick to stay. He must go back to his patients. We have to put him on the plane in Buenos Aires on monday 6th of April. That gives us six days to get there, about 3.200 km from Ushuaia. We want to treat him to a hot night in the city to make him feel really sorry he is leaving us. So we need to drive over 600 km each day for the coming five days. The first day we only do 250 or so. Les's car has its first tyre problem. A sharp piece ...
... to a friendly Argentine bloke in front of me, and we exchanged details, vowing to meet up again as he and his girlfriend left for a flight at 12:30. The constant supply of wine definitely took its toll on me before we called it a night at 2am.
The next day was largely a write off as although we had planned to rent bikes to cycle around a nearby lake, the after effects of the previous night were ...
Today we did the Full Paine, this is a great overview of the National Park and all it's lovely mountains, lakes and glaciers. There were 5 of us plus our guide Jarvier and another young female trainee. There were 2 American's from San Diego and another girl from Iceland. We left the hotel at 9.30 and headed out of the National Park to a small lake that we passed on the way to the hotel the first day. This lake has a high pH and there ...
... to go to the conference room to book our excursion for the next day. They have plenty of maps and information on the full day or half day excursions, you can do 2 half day excursions if this suits best. The excursions cater for all levels of fitness. We have an all inclusive package, so free food, drinks and excursions whilst we are here. It is a warm day, hot by Patagonia standards, 22 degrees. The rooms and bar area are like a sauna. The ...
... night and from where we set off to see the glacier. Another significant trek of 16 km which started in pouring rain which was thankfully short lived. Needing to see the feet was a prerequisite given the rocky terrain. Not easy with a billowing poncho and poles! We reached our lunch spot around two thirty pm and sat in the sun enjoying the French glacier and surrounding views. Only the mad Charles opted to complete the full trek and he proceeded to run the last ...