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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Azul Puerto Varas
Das Hostel liegt in einer ruhigen Gegend von Puerto Varas aber nur 5 Gehminuten von der Innenstadt entfernt.
Das Zimmer war o.k., das Frühstück mit dem Müsli gut.
Andreas bietet auch Ausflüge an, die empfehlenswert sind. Und hilft bei allen Gelegenheiten.
Ich war sehr zufrieden und würde jederzeit dort wieder absteigen.
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