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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... that share the
island, who are already laying.
Sadly was with a group of noisy latinos & a talkative
guide, so my videos are filled with their chatter and not the sounds of nature!
It was absolutely freezing (or below!), very windy and snowing lightly and
no-one was keen to hang around too long and we all rushed back to the
confiteria for a very bad cup of coffee.
Stopped on the way back for photo opportunities with the
wind bent trees.
... sliding doors and asks loudly for “Mr Jackets”,I stand up and watch the others seethe at my coolness as I amble out and say thank you to the receptionist for the stay.Listen ,we all have our small pleasures!
This all went like a dream in the morning and I was soon being whisked off to the airport by a driver who had exceedingly large red hands? I ambled into the departure area,my flight number written down of course and ready at hand in my top ...
... travel knowledge with more fellow travellers than in other parts of our trip. This is proving invaluable as first hand experience can save you time, and money and help your planning ahead. The books all tell you; come in March / April when the crowds have gone and the weather is at it's most friendly. And it's true. No need to worry about space in hostels or pre-booking the major experiences weeks in advance. There are things you learn along the way, like paying in ...
... a cab into town with a couple who had just landed that evening. They asked where was good to eat / drink and being our sixth day (!) we felt we could answer this query. We were heading to the Dublin, a cheap and cheerful Irish bar (obvs) which we'd heard did great pizza, and they came too. Two hours, several drinks and two large pizzas later we felt we'd successfully welcomed the latest travellers to Ushuaia, which meant it was finally time for us to move on. Phil and Mups ...
... makes no sense since not one, but two cruise ships are in port. The downtown area is small and quaint with small coffee joints, outfitter shops, electronic shops, and the usual handicraft shops. After a walk along the waterfront, we head back to the ship. It’s such a beautiful day. We are so fortunate. One man we met told us he had been here about 7 years ago. At that time they were confined to their cabins because the weather ...