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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K-man stayed here on Dec 10, 2014 during their trip titled: Kyle + Lori WalterMitty Trip.
... The first
was a tiny museum about the native people called Yagan. The second was much
larger and dearer but very well set out covering the whole history of the
region with life size dioramas. You were given an MP3 player with English
commentary at set stops which was very well organised. We met our fellow
tourist for dinner but had to first do a good Samaritan act. As we arrived at
our meeting point and waved hello to our friend this elderly ...
... It was a very calm morning and really not that bad temperature wise. We went out in zodiacs first and watched the glacier calve and checked out the shorelines. While in the zodiacs, we were "taken over" by the hotel staff wearing Viking head wear. We welcomed them taking us over - they brought us hot chocolate spiked with various liquors.
Then we got to go ...
... their supernumerary BM, which did mean I got to learn more stuff about setting sails apart from the basics and how to pull on string. I like this role. One thing that amused me when they crew had to ease to the stopper I was holding on to and Stu was explained that it was important for me not to loose my fingers as the Nursie it would not be a good idea, but worse still, I would be very cross if I chipped ...
... died from European diseases and strangely enough the fact that the European settlers made them wear clothes. Unfortunately for the Yamara wearing natural fibers that held the wet and damp in what is a very cold and harsh climate, resulted in many of them getting sick and dying, They had gotten on just fine by covering themselves in animal grease for waterproofing and heat retention. Most importantly though, they had evolved a metabolism that meant they had ...