Hotel Los Nires
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
Travel Blogs from Ushuaia
... is likely you will observe that the computers being used still have floppy disk drives, you will be concerned. The English speaker will indicate he has your parcel but that he cannot relinquish it until you have completed some documents. He will ask you to wait outside, promising he will be out shortly with the documents, which he will help you complete. After about 45 minutes of waiting outside you will conclude the documents and help are not going to materialise. If ...
... up from the extremely well-constructed boardwalk system. We spent several hours watching and listen to the glacier for any sign of ice possibly carving off. We were lucky enough to witness several enormous pieces of ice breaking off the face and crash into the water. Its was hard to perceive the scale of what you are watching as chunks of ice weighing hundreds and thousands of tonnes fall into the water creating massive waves from a 60m high, 5km wide face of ice.
... tempered by these factors, but after about 60 kilometres of climbing and cross winds, the ground flattened out and we were pushed along by a massive tailwind for forty kilometres until reaching a crossroads with a bus shelter where we set up our sleeping mats and kitchen for the night. It was a beautifully stark and remote setting - similar to the desert of Wyoming - and we were treated to an incredible sunset with a perfect full, orange sun ...
... pain and just run. Through the woods, the streams with dams passing down to the ascent point. What was written with 2.5 hours, I ran down in an hour. Arrived panting down, the bus was already ready for departure. Hui, sometimes lucky again. In the evening let Björn and I then end with gorgeous homemade Gnoghi and ravioli in a cozy restaurant. Then quickly pack backpacks and down in the springs. Every morning at five we had the bus to Puerte Arenas where the king penguins should be the next ...
This day has been a long time coming! We had to meet at 15:30 so I had time to fill before then. I decided since I haven't done much physical activity the last few days that I would hike up to see the Camino al Glacier Martial. I left the hotel around 8 am and it took me about 2 hours to hike through the city and up the road to the starting point of the hikes. Once you get to the starting point, there is a chairlift that can take up part of the way to the glacier but it is no ...