Hotel Los Nires
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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 …
... 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 ...
... While cooking dinner i was introduced to a family from brazil who were travelling with their young son who must have only been 4 or 5. Though there was a distinct language barrier, his mum did speak a bit of spanish so she translated to him and then back to me while we played a game of connect 4. He beat me the little rascal (even though he took 2 or 3 turns to my 1 but it was fun). After this ...
... With quick access to my down jacket, that quickly went on for the distance between the doors and the taxi. I made a reservation at Cruz del Sur hostel, and all the warnings on hostelbookers.com was true, everywhere you looked, rules everywhere, constantly reminded what you should and shouldn't do. Anyway hands down the weirdest place Ive stayed at so far, I cant recommend going there.
Those that have seen my pictures from ...
... little coffee shop, called Almacen Ramos Generales, at the same time as our Canadian friends. They invited us to share a cappuccino and croissant, although we didn't have much time left before we were due back to the bus. They apparently had been on the Baltic Cruise at the same time or the one right after ours. The coffee shop was adorable; it was really more like a museum with historical items, antique furniture, and cute penguin marshmallow treats made ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking