Residencial Tres Hermanos

Address: Angamos 1218, Punta Arenas, Patagonia, Chile | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Angamos 1218, Punta Arenas, is near Fort Bulnes and Munoz Gamero Square.
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      Travel Blogs from Punta Arenas

      Education and the Significance of Life

      A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Jan 19, 2015

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      ... us subservient, mechanical and deeply thoughtless; though it awakens us intellectually, inwardly it leaves us incomplete, stultified and uncreative.

      Without an integrated understanding of life, our individual and collective problems will only deepen and extend. The purpose of education is not to produce mere scholars, technicians and job hunters, but integrated men and women who are free of fear; for only between such human beings can there be enduring ...

      Gringos in the land of the penguinos

      A travel blog entry by eliswift4 on Dec 27, 2014

      38 photos

      ... the whole meal, aside from the typical undressed salad served in a bowl with a pocket of celery, one of canned hearts of palm, one of shredded lettuce, and one of tomato, was really quite good. We left satiated and I was also pleased that the bill was reasonable, at least compared to the prices in Santiago.



      On our first real day in Punta Arenas we awoke early because the sun was pouring in through our skylight, as we had not figured out ...

      Wrecks, famine, suicide and abandonment

      A travel blog entry by kevinandjoan on Dec 22, 2014

      35 photos

      ... known as Port Famine or Puerto Hambre. All there is left to see today is a few stones of the church and a concrete alter with the sign: This was Spain.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puerto_del _Hambre

      Back along the coast road there was a fine display of wild lupins, in full flower. Towards Punta Arenas there were several beached or wrecked ship on the coastline. It is sad to see such noble things, rotting away.
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      Laguna San Fafael

      A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Dec 13, 2014

      17 photos

      ... the ice chunks as we got closer to the glacier. The blue color on some of the ice chunks were just amazing! And the glacier was very impressive! Compared to the other glacier we saw in Norway, that glacier was really more disappointing. This one was a real glacier!

      We came back to the ship around 2pm. It took the catamaran a few tries before it could hook up to our ship for us to disembark. For the first time in days, I ...

      Three hour tour

      A travel blog entry by fxdacat on Nov 30, 2014

      16 photos

      ... Most of them just stood there, waddled around, or scratched themselves. Dan made a joke that some of them might be fake and they very well could be! We're guessing that the penguins were nesting and had their eggs between their legs. So not much activity was going to happen. I was hoping that maybe a puma would jump out of nowhere and give a little excitement. The reserve didn't have as many penguins as ...