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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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On the way south we stopped in Rio Gallegos (pronounced Gashegos), a town that doesn't look like much but when you dig a little deeper has a lot to offer. The high brick walls topped with glass and guard dogs that you find up north give way to robust standard roses and festive cottoneaster. There are excellent restaurants, museums and some lovely old buildings, very nicely preserved. But we're just waiting for good weather to reach our goal; Ushuai. So as soon as we can we ...
... sound in the courrugated roofed "structure" that is Ushuaia Airport.
On day two, in Ushuaia, the weather provided a window of relative calm. Encouraged we took a catamaran tour through the Beagle Channel to see the local residents - Sea Lions, Cormorants, Albatross and Penguins... It turned windy, rainy, very rough and cold very quickly. An early indicator of what to expect when we set sail?????
... disappears back inside.
Once we grab our stuff from the cabin and give it one last look, we go back to the dining room so I can say goodbye to another server, Sasha, who has been trying to teach me Russian. We are both sad and she says I am like her mother. I’ll take that as a compliment. She hugs Allen and then we leave. The first group has been called, but they’re ...
... culture is like that of the United States in more ways than I care to mention, and Chile's submission as some brand of protege during the past few decades has given Chileans a privileged status when applying for a visa to the U.S. Take that however you like.
I’ve pointed out how rich Chile is in natural resources, but in the end, like all places Chile’s most valuable asset is its people. I will give one example from the Christmas I spent in ...
After a couple of beers we sought out the Buses Pacheco office to book our onwards trip on Friday. It had moved but a local gave us directions. On getting there we were told to come back at 3.30 when the booking office was open. So we went to a Café and ordered a Panini which turned out to be a pizza folded in half. Joan enviously admired the chef who swung pizza dough into circles with his hands.