Villa Brescia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Brescia Hotel Ushuaia
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... raider. She just ignores me. We saw plenty of people come and go. One guy had tremendous BO, and that's coming from me. Rach moaned about his smell, I took a more positive approach as I recognised his odours could overpower the smell of my dung wafting in from the ensuite. Rach had previously warned me about stinking out the room. We had the pleasure of spending a couple of evenings drinking vino tinto and laughing with our Argentinian friend, Luciano. He did his best ...
24.2.15 to 3.3.15
Argentina, Perito Moreno – Ushuaia
We got up nice and early, packed away our things hoping for an early start as we had a lot of kilometres to cover. We had a few errands we needed to do in town before heading south on the famous Route 40. However, we ended up spending the whole morning trying to sort out our car insurance for Argentina, which we leant we already had when we bought the car insurance in Chile. We also had to ...
... has fallen eight times! It is very precarious carrying cup of tea with all the swaying about. What also happens sometimes is you let go off the rail when you are are almost in your seat and you land in someone's lap or actually land in your own much much quicker than you expect! Dinner was at 7.30 which was difficult to eat when you are holding on to the edge of the table. We were all swaying side to side when the ship really did a big dip and all the glasses and jugs of water all ...
... and so every step was a painful torment. I am indeed the run of the mountains and the St. James usual but the ankle has never hurt and the shoes are also broken in. Once at the top, let the view all the hardships and pain forget. It was fantastic to look at this beautiful blue lake with the reflection of the mountains. I enjoyed a alfajores as small snacks and lost track of time. A bit too much so that I had to hurry up afterwards to the bus back to Ushuaia do not miss. Do not think ...
... on duty and they all wear the same black or dark gray suit, crisp white shirt, and black tie. The one or two young women we see working are also in dark suits, with crisp white shirts and dark ties. Definitely a theme look for this hotel. They arrange the taxi for us and we wait in the lobby. Another American couple comes down and checks out at the same time. We say hello, but not much more since our taxi appears.
Our driver ...