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

    Chile - Punta Arenas

    A travel blog entry by mktkachuk on Mar 04, 2015

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... fits of the jackets were off so we went to the real mall. It's the most southern shopping mall in the world. Although it wasn't that big. They had a couple department stores, but nothing that we were really looking for. When we first got to the outlet mall around 1 all the stores were closed. Apparently most retail stores close from 1-3 for lunch. So strange compared to home where everything is go go go sell sell sell make more money! We hopped in ...

    Die letzten Tage in Patagonien

    A travel blog entry by diekleine on Feb 01, 2015

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... euch das Video an). Auf dem Rückweg wollen wir die Magellanstraße im Norden Feuerlands überqueren um nach Punta Delgada zu kommen, von wo aus eine Straße über 2,5 Stunden nach Punta Arenas zurückführt. Der Vorteil dieser Strecke ist, dass die Fähre hier im Vergleich super günstig ist und auch öfter am Tag fährt. Aber erst einmal dort hinkommen. Hab ich erwähnt, dass die Straßen hier super schlecht sind? Unser kleines Auto hatte lange durchgehalten, eigentlich war es ein Wunder, dass ...

    Day ten - 30/01/2015

    A travel blog entry by marionbenson on Jan 30, 2015

    7 photos

    ... Otway Sound Penguin Colony'.The journey took approximately 1hour 20 to get there, passing out of Punta Arenas into the countryside.Andrea, our Chilean guide told us their main ways of earning a living were through sheep/beef,mining the army and little gas/petroleum production.The roads were generally unmade,gravel based,in fact we passed a roller flattening the surface as we came ...

    Rescue of Polish sailors

    A travel blog entry by lynruskin on Jan 05, 2015

    ... out 32 m of anchor chain it wouldn't grab. The motor wouldn't start and consequently they were washed onto rocks. An Argentinian patrol boat rescued them and returned them to the Polish base to where they also dragged their yacht a few days later. The boat was considered unseaworthy so they were stranded. Through the power of social media, our Polish shore excursions director, who is also a sailor and had met these people in ...

    Wrecks, famine, suicide and abandonment

    A travel blog entry by kevinandjoan on Dec 22, 2014

    35 photos

    Today we picked up the car. We caught a taxi out to the airport and took possession of a Toyota HiLux. Grim experience has taught us that when you go to Chile, Peru or Argentina, you can't save pennies on personal transport. The biggest 4X4 is a must to tackle the rough roads. They're not cheap so we delay as long as possible needing to hire one. (We hired a terrano last year without 4WD and ended up digging the car out of a ...