Hosteria de la Colina
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Drive up to Villarrica. Vicki Johnson, the owner suggested that a detour to Valdivia on the Pacific Coast would be worthwhile and we headed for the fish market where Lonely Planet said that the local sea lions take up vigil for the fish scraps. How right they were and we had great fun watching them and the cormorants jockeying for …
Rise and shine – time to conquer Volcan Villarrica! We woke up around 5am, got ourselves ready, had some breakfast and made our way to Pucon. Once we arrived at Politur, our gear was waiting for us and we suited up. The boots were incredibly uncomfortable and heavy and I could already tell I was going to have some major …
Breakfast at the Hosteria was served between 8 and 10, so when we woke up a little past 9, we knew should make it down for breakfast before it wasn't going to be served! The breakfast was a bit different then the one we had at the cabanas in Maitencillo; it wasn’t as typically Chilean as that. There was tea, coffee, toast, …
We woke up early on Wednesday morning to catch our flight. Megan arranged for a taxi to come get us and we were out of the apartment by 6:15am. Our flight was going to take us to Temuco, and from there, we were going to rent a car and drive to Villarrica.
When we arrived at the airport, we did the normal check in and …
We got on the bus at a reasonable time, with all of our luggage.
Jay was happy as we had a power point in front of us. He was able to work on his images all the way south while I either watched the movie or listened to an audio book.
At one stop we were able to buy a coffee from this gentleman.
We arrived at Coleen B&B …
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet