Terrazas del Beagle
Travel Blogs from Ushuaia
... city, we passed by two gas stations with cars lined up for five blocks. One of these stations, we noticed, had already run out of gas and was being replenished by a tanker as literally hundreds of vehicles waited in line. Grateful that we arrived to town with our tank close to three quarters full, while sincerely feeling for the Argentinians dealing with these financial struggles daily, we continued on our way.
Just twelve kilometers west of town is the park, and ...
... 100 km hike patagonian flat (more than less) ;) - Speedy Gonzales Sandra (our local tour guid in Torres del Paine) - 8 Bottles Malbec, 2 Carménère - 10 Kg Lomo, Steak, King Crab ..... - 20 Empanadas - a dog on border control who smells the sandwich from the day before - 1 Chimichurri bomb! (sorry again Duy) - an ice storm on Pinguin walk - Nr. 2 in the free nature (2 times) Now, let the pictures ...
... there as well. We ended up purchasing and then immediately returning a passage, but the woman was decidedly friendlier than the last. Our next task was to figure out our activities while in Ushuaia. While walking along the shorepath, we were hailed by an eager young girl and persuaded to take a sailboat through the Beagle Channel for that afternoon. It was a little expensive but a really really pleasant experience overall. We were given coffee and ...
... so hard we thought they would be ripped off, it was something else. Almost thought we wouldn't be able to leave port
... walked around for awhile, window shopped, then walked to the Ushuaia and Military Prison. Entrance fee was $12 apiece. Very interesting, lots of photos (see brochure). Did some souvenir shopping, bought wine and scotch and successfully snuck the scotch onboard again. Dinner at 8:00. Show was pianist Naki Ataman, from Turkey; absolutly fabulous musical tour "Around the World." First ever spontaneous standing ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking