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 …
Just a brief one night stopover before we sail on the good ship Akademik Ioffe. Cue sleepless night spent pacing the floor and ironing my thermals!!!
Well I always said I would go to the ends of the earth for Julie.................now we're doing it:-) This is the southernmost city in THE WORLD...........and it feels like it, ccccold! …
... 20km round trip hike the martial glacier. Upon leaving, the temperature dropped and the snow started. I was happy, i got to see snowfall in the northern and southern hemispheres within the week, and it wasn't too windy on our hike from town to the start of the ski slope (entrance point to the glacier). we got this 7km out of the way in about 2 hours. The rest of the trek was where the fun began. We navigated through bush tracks that intersected winding roads, and admittedly did ...
... quite so well, I ended up shouting at VC - they were only trying to do what they had been told, but I had so much to do, trying to chop and change at the whim of one person did not go down so well. I was probably a bit out of sorts as I'd wanted to climb as they put in sea stows, there were a surprising number of people willing to go aloft, I guess it was all quite calm at anchor, but still quite cold. I'd got dressed ...
... there. There is no special ceremony for rounding the Horn. Mariners who survived it were entitled to put their feet on the dinner table apparently...not sure how that would go down in the Caneletto Dining room.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking