Arrebol Patagonia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Varas
One of the first things I noticed in the Argentine and Chilean souths was the exciting breakfast trend - cake for breakfast! Finally a country that understands my love for confectionary in the morning.
The next thing I noticed was the close affinity with Europe that this part of South America had. So long alpacas, latina music and plantains. Things were different here. Not quite European but not quite South America as I had experienced it either. ...
... set up the van for sleeping, and smashed the five of us onto three mattresses, not wanting to set up a tent in the pouring rain. The van became quite cold and the rain as loud, as it hit the roof throughout the night.
The boys managed some shuteye but Noa and I found ourselves awake for most ...
... to have been taken. The customs hall was a hut in the middle of a forest & there's just one party that go through each day. We reckoned the customs officers get sent there if the've done something bad elsewhere! The journey continued as did the rain, on the boats the scenery was shrouded in mist & low cloud , on the coaches the views were obscured by condensation & pouring rain. We believe we passed some stunning ...
... we got there. I think the driver had a bet of how many people he could get on the bus as he kept stopping for more and more people! If the limit was 10 standing, there must have been at least 20! Luckily the bus did not stay full for long and people got off along the way to the National Park. The journey is about 1.30 hrs and costs 2000CLP. I do have to say that chivalry is very much alive in Chile, a majority of the local men would offer there seats ...
... the main commercial centre with its outdoor gear shops, chocolatiers and other outlets you would expect to see in a small town like this. We stopped at the supermarket and bought some food supplies, as well as 1.5kg of fresh mussels for 80p from the fish market that we would enjoy cooking for dinner later on. Back at the hostel we made some lunch before driving back up round the lake to Fruitillar. We had driven through there the previous evening but since it was dark we wanted ...