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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Punta Arenas
... food and clothes (not forgetting the 2 litres of wine for the bells). Neither of us had trekked with this amount of kit before nor had we actually been camping (unless T in the Park counts?!).
Day 1 - glorious sunshine! Result! In fact the weather held up for the entire trek, what a relief as clouds often obscure the views of the park and the winds can reach over 100mph. On the first day we were hiking up and down streams and rocks, our trekking poles ...
... Copec where Jon and I were supposed to pick up the car at 12:30. After leaving my parents to take pictures of the gravestones, Jon and I marched the several extra kilometers down the road to the gas station and were pleasantly surprised to find that there was, indeed, an Alamo office there and that they did have our Chevrolet Captiva SUV ready and waiting for us, along with our permission letter to take the car into Argentina. Phew- mission accomplished!
... Now I am very interested in a cruise that would actually sail around the Cape Horn (unlike this one that cut through the Beagle Channel and the Straits of Magellan). When we take the Antarctica trip, most likely we will sail by Cape Horn to go through the Drake Passage. After the lecture, we went to Terry's wife Julie and got his music CD and a few of the patches for putting on garments/bags.
The weather had significantly improved and no ...
... saw land and departed our floating prison. You can see all the cars with sea salt on them so you know the waves were rough on the strait. It was a short ride back to the B&B where Pamela had dinner waiting for us. Tonight's feast was Chilean sea bass coated with cheese, sausage, and spices. It was yummy. That was pretty much the whole day - riding in a bus, riding in boats, a little penguin watching, and lots of ...
... I just couldn’t imagine that we had planned this so long ago and it could be snatched away from us at the last minute.
Laura is still waiting to hear back from Tucan, but they don’t offer camping on land or kayaking, and those were the two most important things to Ryan and I. We don’t want to spend this exorbitant amount of money to just go sit on a boat. We have to get out there and ...