If the cold does not bother you, a trip to the southernmost city on the planet could be just the adventure you are looking for.
Ushuaia is located on the tip of Tierra del Fuego and provides an excellent and scenic backdrop for visitors and residents alike. The town is located between mountains, sea and forests, making it uniquely suitable for outdoor adventures. Begin your trip by securing a place to stay. Ushuaia’s location off the beaten path means you will want somewhere to stay when visiting the town.
Start your day by waking up at Monaco Hotel. The $40 accommodations will get you set for a day exploring the town.
Take your time waking up and get ready for a mid-morning brunch at Tante Sara Cosas Ricas. Brunch, available on weekends and holidays, combines menu items from the regular breakfast and lunch menu for an affordable dining experience. If you are visiting on a wee day, the regular breakfast menu is affordable as well.
After your late breakfast, follow this guide to go on a self-guided tour of the town. Soak up the views of the small town while you become acquainted with the town’s soul. After you are done wandering the town and working up an appetite, get ready for a great lunch at Ramos Generales.
After lunch, take a tour of Ushuaia’s Jail and Maritime Museum. Admission costs about $15, and you can learn all about Ushaia’s history of colonization.
After a few hours of learning about Ushuaia’s history, stop by Bodegón Fueguino for a satisfying, but affordable, dinner. The restaurant’s atmosphere goes to great lengths to maintain a historic atmosphere.
Ushuaia has a lot to explore, so if you don’t feel satisfied, consider staying longer and engaging with the southernmost city on the planet.
Among the world’s most coveted food capitals today, Macau (officially a Special Administrative Region of China) tops many a list. The 12-square-mile city is home to 19 Michelin-starred restaurants, nine Bib Gourmand and the world’s first fusion cuisine, and was recognized in 2017 as a UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy for its singular culinary scene, but its street food culture may be its most popular feature with in-the-know travelers. Here are five top street dishes to prowl for in Macau.
Dining is an art, and now that applies to both on the ground and at 35,000 feet thanks to Hainan Airlines’ “Hai Chef” Inflight Artistic Chinese cuisine series, a collaboration with Dong Zhenxiang, a Chinese culinary master also known as Dadong.
Shrimp is a summer staple. Seafood in general is consumed more during the summer because many travelers make their way to coastal destinations, but shrimp is king. Shrimp is added to many dishes and served in different forms. All summer, people purchase pounds of shrimp and cook them however they desire to go along with their meal. Several different ways to prepare shrimp are highlighted here to expose travelers to the world of shrimp.
We can see it now and remember when it happened to us: Watching as the black car icon loops around and around, seemingly endlessly, and our wait time on the rideshare app continually changes. Long wait times and confused drivers are just a few bothersome issues that can nag at rideshare users. Need a solution? Ditch rideshares altogether in favor of renting a car on your next trip.
The Toilo Toiletry Bag is marketed as the most functional toiletry bag ever. In fact, it’s the future of toiletry bags. With more than 20 features it’s billed as an all-in-one option for travelers and weekend warriors who need a sturdy bag for everyday use.