Hotel Rey Don Felipe
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... fee for entering Argentina. You have to buy it online. Confused and frustrated to no end, I followed the man back into the office and grabbed Natalie along the way. We had to pay $160 dollars on the spot for a 10 year visa to enter Argentina, with our credit card, before we got to the border because apparently they don't accept cash payments at the border. Only online. That was our first taste of Argentina, and it didn't bode ...
... Hepburn realises that there are great views of the Andes out the window. So she proceeds to stand up and then spend most of the flight sprawled over the couple who had moved for her so she can get a good view and take photographs. They seem remarkably accommodating about this. If it she had tried this with Kathleen, fur would have flown.
So anyway that's fine. Yorkie is safely ensconced and Miss Hepburn has her aisle seat so we can get going. We are just starting to ...
... a stone screen on the front. Holy cow---we bump along and bump along and just when we think it has stopped, we bump along some more. We finally arrive at the entrance to the colony. We must follow the boardwalk path to the beach, but we are told to look around since the penguins cross the boardwalk to get to the water. I’d walk a mile for a camel (Mike, Mike, Mike), but a penguin? Yep. We begin our trek to what appears to be a duck ...
... arrival, and numerous cruise ships lining the shoreline, we had actually
made it down south, real far south. We found a hostel for the night at
"El Mirador," a family run place with an incredibly friendly and
helpful woman working the desk, frantically trying to find us
transportation to Ushuaia. I told her our plans to spend the end of the
year there, and our reservation at a hostel, but she still ensured me
that if for ...
... birra prodotta qui nella fabbrica della birra pił a sud del mondo; siamo anche stati in un paio di bar e ristoranti molto carini. pił che altro per riscaldarci con una cioccolata bollente. E abbiamo fatto due passi sul lungomare per vedere lo stretto di Magellano, cercando di non farci portar via dal vento.
Oltre lo stretto si intravede la Terra del Fuoco: abbiamo deciso di non andarci per una questione di tempo e costi; oltre a Ushuaia e un paio di altri villaggi, pił a sud ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Rey Don Felipe Punta Arenas
In and out as the only things we saw were reception, shower and bed
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