Villa Brescia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... is a great way to save money. lol The houses are mostly wooden with wide sloping roofs, I can imagine them encased in snow during winter like other alpine villages and buzzing with skiing tourists. Other popular pursuits besides Antarctic cruising this time of year are National Park treks and deep sea fishing. The dock is full of boats and ships, many heading off south.... The people are friendly and very helpful, my Spanish ...
... box. While we cruised Jim gave a lecture on ice in all it’s many forms.
As we headed into Neko Harbor we hung out on the Bridge and watched amazed as the Captain pushed his way through the ice chunks which grew bigger and more congested as we went along. One huge photogenic berg, which was the end of a glacier that broke off, has been in this channel for four years as the currents are keeping it trapped. The Captain chewed the match ...
... Although there was a four hour wait before the connecting flight to Ushuaia we don't know the city, don't speak the language, and haven't enough confidence to find our way into town and back within the limits of the time restriction. Instead we went for a stroll along the promenade and watched the fishermen until it became too hot to stay outside ( also I'm feeling rather flat today thinking of Casey and wondering how Dookie is going to manage so don't ...
... Kim for many years and both she and her team are incredibly dedicated to protecting this enormous wilderness for future generations.There was brief opportunity for a fine summer walk about the lovely city of Ushuaia before it was time to gather everyone back on board to greet our new guests and begin a new adventure. Fortunately the check-in procedures have been so finely polished that it only took a very short time to complete all of the necessary processing ...
... the white man's belief that "private" property is a sacred right, despite the "property" being inhabited for thousands of years by indigenous groups before anyone even considered land a commodity to be bought and sold. But Luciano Benetton isn't alone. Ted Turner is apparently the biggest landowner in Argentina with some two million acres that just so happen to sit on one of the planet’s largest underground sources of fresh water. I don't think you'd lose ...