Hotel Bellavista Puerto Varas
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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Lovely country lodge on the lake and near town. Nice but basic rooms. Very good service and good food.
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We're so excited! This trip to Patagonia has been a daydream for over a year and it has finally arrived. We're well prepared with a solid itinerary, borrowed hiking packs from our friends and a 9th grade level Spanish vocabulary. We're leaving from Chicago on Friday afternoon, which gives us plenty of time for packing and is a nice change from an …
... that helps women in this situation, but she refuses so her friends worry about her.
Yeah, that's what these two volcanoes look like.
The day after that I went to Frutillar a little town further around the lake, with similar beauty and less life. It's quaint. And pretty.
And so we come to last night. Harry had met up with another Intrepid tour group and gatecrashed their group dinner, along with another Aussie from my hostel. Beer was drunk, but only a ...
... hotel,it was full of antiques,apart from us!!!!! We were greeted by the staff and had a pisco sour,which is a traditional Chilean drink, consisting of,brandy,lemon juice and egg white,it was delicious.Karen can you ask Daniella if we can have one at night school?!!!!Next we had a cheesy type enchilada,then salmon and to finish an apple crumble type dessert,plus coffee all in all very good.All too soon it was time to get back to the ship, we arrived back about ...
... chairs in it so that we can sit there and look, weather permitting, at the view. It is like having a balcony with windows. We holed up, pleased to stop moving and spent spent most of the day relaxing, catching up on emails as we had wifi again and basically doing even less than nothing while also watching the world go by from our enclosed balcony. Late in the afternoon, once we reckoned the shops would have opened after the long lunch time, we walked along the lake side into the ...
... but basically it's just somebody's house who sticks a sign outside and invites people in to buy stuff they have made. It's really great and nice to eat like the locals. Final stop is to the town of Puerto Varas, know as the city of roses, due to a local myth which is too long for me to repeat but quite interesting if you can be bothered to google it. It's a really nice town, I think if I was just dropped here I'd probably think I was in Austria. There is a ...