Villa Brescia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... are the memorials,graffiti and public signs reflecting the conflict in the Falklands/Malvina's. In the centre of the town next to the port is a large square with an enormous Argentine flag fluttering in the wind like a ships sail,around it are Argentine photos,large, on display posts,depicting their interpretation of the war as taken by photojournalists at the time. The photos focus on the very young conscript Argentine soldiers who were committed to the war.You ...
... it was dark, cold and snowy and we were pleased to settle in to our cosy home-stay for the next few days. Originally established as a penal colony, Ushuaia became a key naval base in 1950. The charismatic small city lies on the shores of the Beagle Channel with a spectacular backdrop of the Fuegan Andes and is as far south as roads go on Earth.
A highlight of Ushuaia was the excellent Museo Maritimo with its distinctive layout in an old prison that once ...
... ve noticed here that ALL shoes are either wedge heels, platforms or a combination of those two plus gladiator style. I haven't seen very many stilettos and we know how much I love my heels. Shop after shop it has been the same. Just wanted to share. I'm currently waiting at the airport for my flight from BA to Ushuaia. My flight is in 45 min. It's going to be interesting flying again when I won't understand a word of what they are saying. ...
... to the bathroom, carrying vomit bags. Not so easy to open as you'd think in a hurry - now may be I'll have more sympathy for sea sick people. All stopped by 05:00, but very washed out, spoke to Jon the first mate to say I would not be making toast or getting up in the morning! Sort of the worst thing was feeling on my own - ah! Barbara came in and I planned who would run happy hour and do the laundry and make toast then a quiet morning - ...
... on the beach. Good views, too.
Then we were off to Antarctica, yada yada yada, then back to Ushuaia, this time staying at a B&B more commensurate with our social standing and credit card colour, specifically Tango B&B, a place reputedly both a clean, comfortable place to hang your hat, and fully devoted to spreading joy through involuntary tango participation. I often lose interest when I get to the small print, you see. Actually, despite ...