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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Ushuaia
... for food so I went with them stopping at hotel around corner to change US dollars for Argentinian pesos - rate of 12.2. Then went to bananas restaurant. Got bottle of wine and had yummy steak and shared sweet potato fries with Susan but they were over cooked but not had them in over 6 months! Had msg from laura saying they had my scarf as girl from her group thought it was Laura's so took it! ...
... give me cash. I have tried a couple of times with no luck.
I walked along the waterfront esplanade watching the sea birds. The water was so clear you could see the birds diving under the water for food. Very cool.
Since it was St. Patrick’s Day today - time to get my *Irish On* and visit a pub to have some sort of green beverage with lunch. And since I don’t drink green beer - ...
... impressions far bigger than a typical shoe or moccasin. And as for the name Tierra del Fuego, or Land of Fire, this name was given for the fires of the native Yaghan reportedly seen by Magellan and his crew from afar, though originally the name "Land of Smoke" was used. Despite this city seeming to be worlds away not only from Santiago but from the world at large, it didn’t escape the iron fist of the dictatorship. As you can see in the picture of the green ...
... bus and headed down to Ushuaia. Rio Grande is the place where Clarkson et al abandoned their cars and headed to Chile, allegedly threatened by "thousands" of Argentinians. Certainly when you arrive in this town there is a huge monument to the Falklands Conflict, freshly painted in patriotic colours, but there is everywhere here.
Heading the 200 kms down to Ushuaia, the most disturbing thing was the bus driver who was doing his paperwork ...
... either of the little kids to join us, just Ari and I climbed up to the base of the glacier, while Jonathan stayed back with the little ones. In less than an hour of hiking upward on a trail, alongside a crystal clear flowing river, we had arrived to the glacier base affording us spectacular views of the glacier in front of us. When we turned around to hike back down to the van, we had the opportunity to see the Beagle Channel from a new perspective, from above, with its ...