Terrazas del Beagle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... travel we undertake the odd upgrade doesn't go amiss but not on a Boeing 737 please, where it just means you sit at the front of the plane, on a comfier seat I grant you, the Wifi is pretty snazzy, and your luggage is given priority when you reach your destination. But for once we just want a bed on the long flights to mitigate the lack of sleep and the encroaching rheumatics, not too much to ask.....is it?
Anyhow our Priority ...
... Malvinas son Argentinas.” After our ship left Ushuaia, we stopped in the Beagle Channel, several kilometers away from the Chilean town of Port Williams. This stop provided a final opportunity to view the sunset over the mountains, but was not done for the photographic opportunities. We could not take on a load of fuel in Argentina if our next destination was the Falklands. Only by creating the fiction that our next stop was in Chile was ...
... by Chile. Still, Ushuaia prides itself on being the gateway to the Antarctic and all expedition ships start and end their journeys here. During the short summer season, the small harbour is packed with cruise ships – the morning after we docked, we are probably one of half a dozen. The city itself really only consists of one main street lined mainly with sporting goods stores, souvenir shops and cafes with parka-clad tourists wandering up and down, waiting either ...
... one of those days when “service” failed us. The requested 5:30 am wake-up call that never happened; the 6 am continental breakfast that never materialized; the 6:30 am pick-up from our hotel that never showed up. Experienced travelers that we are, we overcome the challenges and on schedule, we make our flight and soon find ourselves back on board the Silver Explorer, to begin ...
... day to admire the jagged peaks surrounding the town, I was soon on a long haul bus to El Calafate, a dull town with an anything but dull glacier, Perito Moreno glacier, which is still advancing. While not immediately obvious, there is this surreal feeling of being amongst a maelstrom of energy; tectonic, fluvial and glacial. The latter is most striking - who would have thought watching ice fall into water could be so mesmeric? A ...