Hotel Los Nires
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
Travel Blogs from Ushuaia
... who sought freedom from English oppression. We entered into the spirit of things by visiting the settlement of Gaiman where Welsh culture retained a token presence. The novelty attraction is the 'typical tea house where you can siarad cymraeg whilst enjoying tea and an array of Welsh style cakes, which ironically did not include Welsh cakes. The lack of Welsh cakes and a preference for butter over cream to accompany the scones was mildly frustrating, particularly ...
... to me “Where’s the sail away band?” It’s true—it’s literally silent onboard. We can’t even hear the engines. Most people look across the water at the Beagle Channel, others look back at Ushuaia, still others look over the railing into the swirling water. At this point, we are all relieved to be onboard and underway. Yep, here we go!
Once we’re underway we hear the signal for the boat drill. ...
... There is a ton of shelves and storage areas for us to use which makes it nice for us to unpack our things for the entire journey. On our floor is also the gym which is open from 7 am until 22:00. I like to workout before breakfast and those are the hours because of the noise. I can workout earlier than that but if they get any noise complaints I can't. Since there are no rooms right beside the gym, nothing above it, and only a meeting area below, I'll hopefully be fine. The ...
... are in the 50'/60´, range which is much warmer than anticipated. We´re told it´s unusual. We hiked Tierra del Fuego National Park, where the scenery was fabulous. Our path, the Senda Costera Trail, went along a bay of the Beagle Channel. The end was a piece of road which is the last mile or so of the PanAmerican highway, 30,000 mi from the other ...
... handily into railings in the public areas of the ship. There,s a program of lectures in the lounge about penguins, the rise and fall,of the whaling industry and atmospheric phenomena of the Antarctic, and we are not allowed on the decks due to the wave action and water crashing around us. I take one seasick pill but seem to be OK and dont miss any of the meals, which are always plentiful, 3 courses at lunch and dinner, interspersed ...