Hotel Los Nires
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 …
... Useless Bay. We had been tipped off to look for the penguins at 14.3 kilometers southwest of the, literally, one horse town Onaisín, on the road hugging the bay. We drove, looking for a break in the fencing around the farmland, or some such sign that would lead us to these funny, formally dressed, waddling creatures of the south.
Nothing could have prepared us for what we were privileged to see and experience next. When we noticed two trucks parked on the side of ...
... the Tierra del Fuego national park for some lite hiking and to search for beavers. We boarded the minibus and entered the national park, we were told we would pay our entrance fee on the way out. There are a few walks in the park but not all of them can be done in one day, we had chosen our routes we wanted to walk but unfortunately we had a mandatory stop for 40 mins to take pictures before we would be dropped off at our desired location. We started the first loop of ...
A stunning sunrise penetrated through my window straight onto my face, waking me up this morning, prompting a shower and brekky. Running through the huge list of activities to do in Ushuaia, marylou and i settled on a visit to Torres del Paine national park to do some scenic hiking and wildlife watching.We caught a shuttle bus to the bus station in town where we changed bus onto the one to take us to the park. The 20 minute ride was incredibly scenic through the snowy ...
... example, Argentina, Chile, and Britain were all trying to claim the Palmer Peninsula (and still do). Conversely, the United States and Russia (at the time, USSR) did not make claims but refused to recognize any other country’s claim as legitimate, reserving the right to make a claim at any point in the future. Sensing a conflict of global proportions if things were not dealt with, the world powers of the time joined forces to delay claims in ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking