Hotel Los Yamanas
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A bit further.....
The road nbr 3 ends in the Parque Nacional del Terra del Fuego. The mile marker reads " 3079 km" which is the distance to Buenos Aires. This is the most southern point in the world to which a vehicule can drive to.
Louis, the baby of the group, 21 years old, Renato and another guy had a bet going: they …
Started the day with the roof of the car closed..... It is cooold: 4 degrees.
We are die hards but not stupid. It would be too bad to catch a cold on the last day.
Drove a while on the flat plains until we reached the Tierra del Fuego mountain range, up and up, to the top we went. Great view of the valley below green and lush …
This is the windiest city I know.
The wind blows relentlessly. This is the third day we are here and it never stopped blowing.
There are mostly French tourists in town, a few Germans and a few Americans and a Dutchman here and there, that is true for the entire trip. For some reason the French are the number one tourist in Argentina.< …
Again, a retreat. And again, a real treat. More awe-inspired beauty in Argentina. Bloody cold though. So glad I had my summer leather jacket.
Things that we did...
1. toured the Tierra del Fuego National Park. This is an Andean-Patagonian national park that crosses into both Argentina and Chile. Across the lake, both countries are visible …
... and had been informed that there was active beaver dams but alas we found none that looked active. Beautiful terrain and gorgeous autumn colours in the trees but no beavers. On our second loop we did come across an active beaver dam, very clever how they build the dam however still no beavers to be seen, perhaps they were sleeping. On our way to our final walk we went through a campsite and came across a fox breaking into a tent. It had ripped nearly the whole ...
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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 !!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.