Hotel Los Nires
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
Travel Blogs from Ushuaia
The layovers seemed excessive when we booked them but we needed every minute. It has been a long 38 hours since the taxi whisked me from my house in the dark on Monday morning. Despite some frustrations (4.25 HOURS from landing in Miami to being checked in for the next leg because of a computer glitch) to small travel concerns (half the luggage …
... the eternal flame and look at all that wasted life,they were Argentine lives but they were all human beings.
The Beagle Channel:
The whole of the Ushuaia region going South into the sea is a broken biscuit archipelago of rocky islets and treacherous channels.The sea and the weather were calm on the day but the Antarctic wind was painfully cold on the deck of our catamaran.As we pulled out of port the town was revealed,its houses like hundreds of ...
... in front of us!! And the queues for the petrol stations in Ushuaia stretch for over 100m easily. All day, every day. Took us less time to walk home than many to fill up their tanks. We'll soon be leaving this cold climate with its snow-capped peaks, glaciers and wide-open plains seemingly inhabited only by llamas and rheas (large flightless birds), and it will be with a heavy heart. But we'll be heading to BA and some steak, Malbec and tango lessons. Ole! Phil and Mups ...
... their journey. My cabin mate Andy and I had similar plans, our next goal was to Puerto Natales in Chile, the hub for getting to possibly South America's most well known national park Torres del Paine (not Pain but pronounced "Pine-ay"). We made plans to head off into Chile, and spent a few days in Ushuaia, one day visiting Tierra del Fuego National park, doing a short pleasant hike along the coast with two other Brits that were on our boat and backpacking through ...
... boat to the island to see penguins. Saw two king penguins, some gentoo penguins and lots of magellanic ones and took tons of photos as they were all very cute. Back to Usuaia for good seafood risotto at Maria Lola and ended the night at the very busy Dublin bar, managed to get a table and so stayed until 3.30am. Playing Truth or Dare with Pete who disappointly failed to get hair from anyone, even one strand, for his dare despite me kissing Louise (just on ...