Hostal Benavente

Address: Manuel Rodriguez 214, Puerto Montt, Lake District, 5502896, Chile | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Manuel Rodriguez 214, Puerto Montt, is near Volcan Osorno, La Portada, Carretera Austral, and Granja Educativa Tierraviva.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet


          • Continental Breakfast

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          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Puerto Montt

          We are sailing, we are ........

          A travel blog entry by suebar on Apr 18, 2014

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          ... for the first time. He suggested we sat either at the captain's table since there was one other English speaker at that table or at another table where there were a group of English speaking Japanese. We opted for the English speaking Japanese but as we later discovered only one of them spoke any English which was his third language and so conversation was very limited. Nicholas obviously thought more of them spoke English but in retrospect we think we would have done better on ...

          Day 2-Sailing

          A travel blog entry by boothbj on Feb 17, 2014

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          ... of the Golden Princess. People going ashore have to be taken by the "tender" boat and brought back in the same way.

        • We took the tender at about 10:30 and headed towards the shore. The first thing that greeted us was the smell of sewage, it was low tide and I am guessing they dump their sewage directly into the Golfo. We exited the terminal building and turned left towards the "artisan" market. I put this in quotation marks as I am ...

        • Glaciers, Falls, and Volcanoes, oh my….

          A travel blog entry by vwuertz on Feb 07, 2014

          75 photos

          ... the settlers came to the area they cleared the land for farming. The tree roots were so deep in the ground, they could not remove them. Today, those roots are used for handicrafts. We leave Puerto Montt and drive into Puerto Varas. Puerto Varas is a village of 40,000 known as the tourist capital of the region. The “City of Roses” is clean and colorful with beautiful gardens of hydrangeas and roses. Andrea tells us that Puerto Montt is ...

          All Aboard!

          A travel blog entry by eddim on Nov 06, 2013

          4 photos

          ... Mom and Dad arriving and in the meantime meeting their neighbours Kathy and Bob and having a nice conversation with them. It was nice to finally see Mom and Dad step off the bus as it was getting pretty close to disembarking and even closer to the mandatory participation in the safety drill. After that was all over and were well off into the ocean we had some dinner on the Lido deck, complete with introductions to many people who had knew I was coming. Next ...

          El buque - día 3

          A travel blog entry by minicooper on Aug 15, 2013

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          ... be like? Was it the one we hoped to see with Alisha when we were in London, with all of his outfits and costumes? Please say "hello!" to Grandma for me, and send her my love too. It's nice to hear from her :-) Can you let her know that I'm managing to keep warm with all the layers but it means that my new daily look is just a woolly hat, scarf, gloves and my purple coat, I don't think Alisha would be too impressed with me! ...