Arrebol Patagonia Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Varas
After a terrific dinner of fish at Mediterraneo in Puerto Varas on the south shore of Lake Llanquihue, we had a liesurely tour of a little town called Frutillar, 1/2 hour north, on the west shore. This area is full of Germans who came here in the second half of the nineteenth century in return for farmland. And so we all snacked on coffee and …
... the bartender has been written up in several travel magazines, etc. Just my luck! ;) It was super mellow that night and somehow I ended up closing the place down even though it wasn't that late and went to another recommended bar, but it was mellow too, so I went home. The young Australians from Melbourne (they're all from Melbourne!) were up and we chatted for a bit. The next day I wandered around town more, did laundry, and ate lunch at one of the best ...
... more reasonable than back in the centre of town, so it looked like a good bet. I went for the fillet steak, whilst Don had the salmon. Unfortunately they deep fried the salmon, which meant it just tasted of oil and the salmon taste had almost completely gone. My steak looked nice, but it wasn’t the best I have ever had. The meal was about twenty quid in total with drinks, which is cheap in these parts ... sometimes you get what you pay for I guess.
... a chairlift to the edge of the snow, and the rest was climbing. Winding back and forth, the lead guide would cut little steps into the snow with his ice pick, and we would follow behind at a fairly slow pace. We stopped about three times, and were at the peak about four hours later. There is a large crater at the top, with nasty gas that came and went with the wind, and limited our time at the top to about 30 minutes. The views of the surrounding area were ...
... begins. After snapping lots of photos of the falls and snow-capped Osorno Volcano, we explored another trail downstream (and thankfully uncrowded) that led us to a solitary waterfall.
Back in the car, it was now about noon and we had planned to circumnavigate Llanquihae Lake, so we continued our journey. We reconnected with the paved road and then headed north along the eastern side of the lake. The winding road passed along rocky cliffs ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking