La Casa De Tere B & B

Address: Rivadavia 620, Ushuaia, Province of Tierra del Fuego, Patagonia, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rivadavia 620, Ushuaia.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Casa De Tere B & B Ushuaia

    Reviewed by auszeit_sa

    Cozy hostel

    Reviewed Feb 2, 2013
    by (12 reviews) , Germany Flag of Germany

    I had a huge room. Breakfast is toast and coffee and the wifi is not working properly. But Tere is a nice Person and helps where she can.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by benandcath

    excellent stay

    Reviewed Apr 21, 2011
    by (3 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    We stayed here for 5 nights mid April. It was perfect. Good breakfast by Argentinian standards, comfortable beds. We were allowed to use the kitchen. Good location, able to walk to most places

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews La Casa De Tere B & B Ushuaia

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Ushuaia

    Snowy Forest

    A travel blog entry by burkley on Nov 27, 2013

    4 photos

    ... noon we passed through the border back into Argentina which lies claim to most of Islas Grande that Ushuaia sits on. The border was in an open plain and was being hit by massive winds. A few of the guys used their jumpers as sails and pretty much took off in the wind. Also at the border we ate lunch on the truck as it was too cold to be outside in the wind.

    The drive in the afternoon got us quite close to Ushuaia but we were going to have one more bush ...

    Tierra del Fuego!

    A travel blog entry by slowayround on Sep 20, 2011

    22 photos

    ... del Fuego (Land of Fire). Named by Magellan when he made his way between the islands in the 1500s, he saw many fires along the shores. The native nomadic people always had fire with them, even in their canoes, when they moved from place to place. Because it’s hard to start a fire with wet wood, each family always carried fire with them.

    We didn’t know much about the town of Tolhuin, but we ...

    Everyone wants to win on the Champs Elysee

    A travel blog entry by stefandrach on Dec 11, 2010

    6 comments

    ... I’d managed what I never thought possible.

    I stayed in the bakery for quite a few beers before the last riders arrived and after a while we set off for the campsite a further 5 km’s along the road, next to a wind swept lake with the snow covered mountains between us and our final destination of Ushuaia in the distance.

    Even my turn on the dishes tonight couldn’t temper my joy and I went to sleep in our tent, with ...

    El fin del munde

    A travel blog entry by laura_sheen on Dec 09, 2007

    ... was really dark even though Ushuaia would still have the sun up, weird. So ushuaia was tourist central but outside of the duty free shopping and gross restaurants it stil felt like the end of the world, just a naval base and ex-penal colony on a remote island somewhere near Antartica :o) pretty cool really. And no, I didnt get the passport stamp saying "I've been to the end of the world" ;o) Cant wait to see you all, miss you lots. Hasta luego amigos ...

    Tierra del Fuego and Ushuaia

    A travel blog entry by olgethorpe on May 10, 2006

    Pam's take: It's crazy to think that earlier today we were in a city with over 13 million people. Now we're in Ushuaia, the closest permanent city to the South pole. It's so beautiful... to the back of the city is mountains and at the front is a harbour and the ...