By 8am we are all on buses to the Ushuaia prison museum. Argentina used the island as a significant prison colony until the 1940's. It was actually President Peron who closed the prison. The Museum has sections which show the original conditions for the cellmates which were considered hard offenders. It also has converted some of the sections to art galleries and of course a souvenir shop.
Ushuaia is a small city of 80,000 and is the southern-most city in the world. Our studio apartment is within the city center, but everything is close within Ushuaia. The apartment is a basic studio, but it will do for three nights. The manager is kind and allows us to drop our bags in the apartment while the cleaning crew is still working.