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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... Bay, originally the site of one of the region’s largest Yamana settlements. Charles Darwin landed there in 1833 during his voyage on the HMS Beagle. The area is also renowned for the mesmerizing beauty of its vegetation and geography. As the zodiac pulled into Wulaia Bay we were greeted by a pod of Commerson’s Dolphins (these dolphin are not like Australian bottle nose dolphins, they’re black and white in colour) playing alongside of us. Here we ...
... really noisy, etc. our hotel was pretty awesome and had the best shower since North America. Super hot water with a ton of pressure. It was so nice!! We looked into a couple penguin island tours but for the smaller tours you drove for a bit then took a zodiac boat to the island. If it was really windy or the weather was bad the trip would be cancelled. There is also a ferry that heads out to the island but not a real "tour" which was fine by us! We ended up taking ...
... It is in the understanding of ourselves that fear comes to an end. If the individual is to grapple with life from moment to moment, if he is to face its intricacies, its miseries and sudden demands, he must be infinitely pliable and therefore free of theories and particular patterns of thought.
Education should not encourage the individual to conform to society or to be negatively harmonious with it, but help him to discover the true values which come ...
... out 32 m of anchor chain it wouldn't grab. The motor wouldn't start and consequently they were washed onto rocks. An Argentinian patrol boat rescued them and returned them to the Polish base to where they also dragged their yacht a few days later. The boat was considered unseaworthy so they were stranded. Through the power of social media, our Polish shore excursions director, who is also a sailor and had met these people in ...
... spot on the bow. OMG it was freezing even though we were wearing thermal long johns and underwear, skivies, fleecy tops and gor-tex jackets, a scarf and gloves. Needless to say we didn't last long and continued to look out the window for the next few hours. After lunch we ventured out for a few hours and it was pleasant with the sun at last breaking through. Lots of whales, penguins and spectacular scenery as we reached King ...