Hotel Cap Polonio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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... and you must stay overnight. Monday to Tuesday will be the first option. We want to start driving to Buenos Aires on Monday, however. The next leg of the journey. There are many options here to spend the day. Diving, visiting a beaverdam, whalespotting or going by boat to Cape Horn and see penguins on the way. Expensive and touristic. Our end of the world experience will be neither Port Williams or one of those. It will be the Parque Nacional Tierra del Fuego on the ...
... touristy, but it was one of those things *to do* that was somewhat unique. The train itself was a small gauge train - the rails are only 60 centimetres apart from each other, so it was sort of like riding along in an over-sized toy. It didn’t go very fast, allowing for sight seeing on both sides. It has a steam locomotive.
This part of Argentina once was the home to a prison. The route of the End of the World Train is the same that ...
... enjoying some episodes of Frasier on the iPad. The next day, again, sounded easy with a south easterly track and a westerly wind all the way to Punta Arenas, only 100km away. But, the wind seemed to be coming from the south west again, much stronger than predicted. With Nadine back in the team we were using a three way chevron formation to shelter from the strong winds, dropping into single file whenever a car came. A sneaky police car caught us out though creeping up on us ...
... returned to the cosy warmth of our hotel room. Across the Beagle Channel a rainbow formed initially curved it flattened to form horizontal bands of vivid greens, purples and yellows. For a few minutes it presented a truly unique sight.
If you would like to follow our route across the southern ocean, under sail, this is the web site www.barkeuropa.com locate the "logbook" tab for stories of events and "Follow The Ship" for its current map location.
... Norman asked why there was an electric fence in the National Park and was told fences are used to keep animals in. He queried again about it being in a N.P. but this time he let the answer go with a simple "oh" . . . after all, what else could he say when told the electric fence is used to supply electricity to the hotel!!! I was so proud of him for I expected he would have snorted, laughed, or forcefully ...