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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... wiped off the face of this planet by the first European explorers due in part to carelessness and racism but mostly to cruelty and greed.
Spending a couple of hours in the information center, reading through each display and staying warm, turned out to be just enough time for the rain to pass, so now, back to plan A; we returned to our wood stash, tied it to the roof and delivered it to our original campsite. The rest of the evening was spent around this hot, ...
... was.I dont even know if that's the right way to make it. Regardless, we felt better the next morning. We had learned for the next time, though, to drink plenty of water the night before and during the day.
We woke the next morning to blustering winds and freezing rain, which we had to stand for 30 minutes in waiting for the bus out of Ushuaia. What was supposed to be 12 hours back to Punta Arenas ended up being 17 hours, as we had to wait ...
Time to go. We have been assigned disembarkation colors and when called were to go to the reception area to collect our passports and head out. Our checked luggage had already been sent to the plane. We had a nice breakfast and get called early. So we were heading back to the real world. We got to Buenos Aires around 1:30 and we got our luggage and tried to figure out where to go next. ...
Cruising through Glacier Alley with narration starting about 9:15 a.m. Passed the following glaciers: Romanche, Alemania, Francia, Italia and Hollanda, all on the port side. We were out on deck to see and photograph them. We had breakfast in Lido while this was going on. At noon we attended a Windows 8 class for Jane's benefit, then lunch in the dining room. During lunch we docked in Ushuaia. We left the ship after ...
... border and was the perfect warming meal whilst the snow started to fall. The fire was nice and warm to be around and for Colin's last bush camp we played a game of nails where you had to try and get your nail in using the back of the hammer. It took everyone quite a few goes as the hammer was passed around and provided for some hilarious and frustrating entertainment.
As we went to bed the snow was still falling and knew we were in for one last cold night of ...