Villa Brescia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
Cape Horn: 57.6° S, 67.3° W; 4° C (39° F)
We have been sailing north for a day and a half, and are now off Cape Horn, heading for Ushuaia later today. With my last few minutes of internet time on the ship, I have decided to post some of my favourite photos that just didn't make ...
... of the beautiful harbour and our room was separate from others
so we had a very quiet space as well. We grabbed lunch in a café which served a
really nice nachos before walking down to the harbour for our cruise. It was
annoying to have to pay on top of the cruise price an extra harbour tax. The
boat was a small cabin cruiser which only had about 16 passengers. The guide
was a young man who spoke very good English ...
... br> say). And the city which is closest to the National Park of Tierra
del Fuego (Vuurland in Dutch).
The mountains here are
covered in snow and the temperature is around 5 degrees, which is
just a bit colder as in BA were we had 28 degrees.
We are now in a nice cosy
hostel with friendly people around us. They are from US (Las Vegas,
Israel, UK, Spain, Scandinavian, Germany, etc. ...
As forecast wind picked up overnight and it snowed lightly,
but then and for short periods during the morning. Had to go without breakfast
as left hostel at 7.30 but found time for a quick coffee.
Nice to see all the snowy peaks returning back up route 3 –
by arriving late it had been too dark to see them, even given the short nights
here – gets light at about 5am and not really dark until 10ish.
Could also see more evidence of ...