Hotel Los Yamanas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Los Yamanas Ushuaia
10 minutes taxi ride from the center of Ushuaya
Room very spacious, beds very comfortable, nice bathroom.
free access to the Internet in the rooms as well as in the lobby
some of the staff actually speak some English !!
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... with girlfriend ask her to do confused face, odd job will then realise you are not just hanging out outside the post office and he will retrieve the documents. You will regret aspects of your previous animosity towards odd job. 5. Re enter building, your documents will be stamped and you will be advised to join another queue. Do not question the purpose of this stamp, nobody knows. Once queuing is complete, hand the docs to seated lady. Watch her bash her keyboard ...
... our 4.00 pm flight to Ushuaia. Graham met us in the departure lounge following his flight from New Zealand. Our 737 left at 4.20 taking 28 seconds to take off arriving 3 hours 30 minutes. A taxi met us to take us from the airport to the Albatross Hotel and arrived at around 8.00 pm. We hd a lovely room and had a good meal with Brian, Sandra and Eileen. 21st February 2015 (Friday) Breakfast at 8.00 am then went for a long walk around Ushuaia which is a nice little town. There were lots ...
... such as lenga forests, similar to birch trees with smaller leaves and lichen adorning the sunlit sides of the trees; and finally, a stunning seafood meal of local King Crab, scallops and sea bass at a gorgeous fine dining restaurant we discovered by chance on our last night in town.
So, after reaching the world's southern most city at the end of the world at the bottom of South America, it's only north from here.
We are both sleeping very well on board. Still crossing the Drake Passage and it is even calmer again. Drizzling rain outside. We are travelling quite slowly as it has been such an easy crossing and we are way ahead of time.
On a bad crossing, the ship may not dock till Wed morning. We are due in at 8pm today, Tuesday, even going at this slow pace. Derek is disappointed not to have had ...