Villa Brescia Hotel
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We had Brekky delivered to our suite this morning so we could get organized to watch our progress down glacier alley (Beagle Chanel) to Ushuaia. It is breathtakingly beautiful. There were 6 glaciers on our way in to Ushuaia. This afternoon we did a tour of the large prison that is now a museum. This was built by the Argentinian government so that they could populate and settle the area. After that we were ...
... we saw loads on the drive to and from the beach but none were seen when we were out on the water! The following day I watched the disappointing England v Ireland game in the hostel with 6 Irish guys staying in the hostel. Good job I support Wales! After the game I set out for a hike to the Magellenic forest reserve sitting above the city. I had planned to get a taxi to the start of the trail but couldn't be bothered calling one so set off walking, whilst trying ...
... of 80,000 - much bigger than we anticipated. It sits on the Ushuaia Bay, islands separating it from the Beagle Channel. The island is divided evenly between Chile and Argentina. The sun set about 10.30 pm. We have had our briefing and after a day touring tomorrow will be ready to board the Sea Explorer and face the Drake Passage. The hotel we are staying at, Arakura, is up high. Apparently it is the native word for ...
... The guide's English was not great, and the tour simply took us to a husky breeding kennel and tourist shop, at one of the ski resorts - before driving to the Lake and stopping at 2 lake view points, and one mountain / harbour viewpoint on our return. The scenery was great, but we are now spoilt - so the land based views of the. Mountains and lakes, seem to pale into insignificance compared to the fjords, however we were glad to ...
... Melina in Santiago was born in Buenos Aires, living there the first seven years of her life after her hippie father feared for his life and fled with her pregnant mother following threats by police in the 80s.) Similar practices were implemented in Argentina, Uruguay, Bolivia, Brazil and Paraguay between the 1960s and 1980s as part of Operation Condor, a clandestine program of political repression and state terror (abductions, imprisonment, torture, executions and ...