This small little town is located at the end of the world, on the southern tip of Argentina. The city center is easily traversed on foot, filled with small hotels, restaurants, shops and travel related businesses. While the air of the city is decidedly catered towards tourists, it's nice to see some local art mixed in.
I spent just a couple of nights in Ushuaia, book ending my Antarctic cruise. One of the local cafes, Tante Sara, had some sinfully good alfajores. The kind you can only get freshly made with thick, crumbly biscuits filled with a generous filling of dulce de leche. I'm always on the hunt for a good alfajore.
Local murals line the walls of the steps down towards the ocean.