Los Cauquenes Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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No lie-in as 9am micro to Tierra del Fuego National Park,
figurative end of the world to the Argentines, where Ruta Nacional 3 ends, over
3000km from BA. There is a narrow guage steam train that runs part of the route
but not worth it – need a full day in the park to get your money’s worth as £7
to get in and only valid for the day. The park is more of the same, just woods,
lakes & mountains, probably no better than you can ...
... pocket and before I had even a chance to read it I saw down the far right hand column of the departure screen a column of red. That only means one thing in every airport across the planet…..cancelled!.....Bugger!Mi ni alarm bells start to ring in your ears and for a few seconds the only thing you can here is the beat of your pulse in your head,what to do? There are some hurdles to cross here,language,a connecting flight and luggage,oh and probably the most important ...
... in Chile means you avoid paying the local VAT (saving you 19%). And the Blue Dollar sub-culture in Argentina where US Dollar exchange rates can vary from town to town, and cambio to cambio but are significantly better than the official rate. Getting around is a bit of an adventure as we've already alluded to. We were stranded in Ushuaia due to a nationwide transport workers' walk-out planned for the day of our flight. Despite being fully aware of this, the national ...
... horrible. I’ll say it again: We are fortunate. The sun feels warm on our faces. The sky is blue with fluffy white clouds. The mountains stand proudly, snowcaps glistening. The mixture of architecture in the city gives it a flavor that could be Alpine, Bavarian, Alaskan, or Canadian. Ushuaia is a lovely place. Cold, no doubt, but warm and inviting nonetheless. We would return here. We reboard the ship and go up to Deck 9 for ...
Cruising through Glacier Alley with narration starting about 9:15 a.m. Passed the following glaciers: Romanche, Alemania, Francia, Italia and Hollanda, all on the port side. We were out on deck to see and photograph them. We had breakfast in Lido while this was going on. At noon we attended a Windows 8 class for Jane's benefit, then lunch in the dining room. During lunch we docked in Ushuaia. We left the ship after ...