Villa Brescia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... Park headquarters and had a quick scan through a couple of small museums. We then went on the the 'End of the World' Post Office, where I got post cards and posted them - I hope you get them.
Back to Ushuaia, where we got our 'End of the World' certificates.
The ship left late afternoon to go west down the Beagle Channel, passing 7 glaciers before dark. These glaciers were named after countries represented on a research ship into ...
... 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 ...
... were based. Graham was to have filmed there. As a consolation Monika announced that hot chocolate was available at the bar with an added shot of rum for those who wanted it - lovely. We will have to sail overnight and part of the next day to get to our next destination in the south of the Gerlache Strait. The scenery is wonderful through the Antarctic Sound. We had a couple of films from two FIDS and slides which was all very interesting. I took photographs of yet more icebergs and ...
We sleep in again and finally make our way up to the 4th floor for breakfast at 9:00 am. When we walk in we see a panoramic view of the harbor, the snowcapped mountains, and our ship at the dock. Breakfast is fruit and yogurt, cereal, eggs, pastries, coffee, juice, and milk. We eat a leisurely breakfast and then go down to our cabin to pack up our stuff. We meet Pierre and Tracy in the elevator, two Canadians from Alberta, who will be onboard. We talk ...
... at the base of mountains that rise up to snow capped peaks right in front of you. While we didn't get a chance to make it to the Parque del Tierra del Fuego (Park of the Land of Fire) you can get to with public transit which already beats out most places (8USD each way and it's a 20 minute ride to the first trailhead).
Ushuaia is an unpretentious ...