Hotel Bellavista Puerto Varas
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Bellavista Puerto Varas
Lovely country lodge on the lake and near town. Nice but basic rooms. Very good service and good food.
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... was so quiet, they came right up to the fence.
The top storey of the construction we see taking place is going to be a new house for Silvio and his family, as their house burnt down last September. They have 6 children (only 2 left at home now). They are remodelling an old shed so that the bottom becomes an extension for their tourist dining and their living quarters are going above.
We head back to the open fire area ...
... pastry, Carmel cake it was to die for rich and yummy and mr pig ate it all, let's just say his touchy belly is not so good tonight doh. We then drove just out of town to a museum we has seen Museo Antonio Felmer as it was a bit of a quite day we thought it would pass the time. Well lucky us we were the only people there and this place was great the owner Pedro Felmer Aichele was the nicest person, the museum was off his family and the ...
... in most of the small towns hostels being fully booked, so we settled for one night. We had a nice walk round town, and given we had sat on a bus at 60mph for 8 hours, it was rather confusing that next to the very scenic lake view where it is possible to see 3 volcano peaks we saw a sign indicating that the city we had travelled from, Bariloche, was only 25km away! Clear evidence that a mountain range and series of lakes make transport in this area ...
... and yards... and admittedly never really wanting to leave this truly perfect wedge of a lakeside town.
The last leg of our daytrip consisted of more winding roads through rolling green farmlands, all with perfect views of the lake. The weather, too, was perfect all day: clear skies, heartwarming sunshine, and thus a dramatic collage of colors that define this breathtaking region of Chile.
... the clouds dissipated. All were beautiful. Most of us stayed inside though, read, played games, chatted, etc. and occasionally donned our hats and coats and braved the chilly outdoors. With all the eating and little activity, I felt like I was in a coma the entire time. I was so tired and could never keep my eyes open whenever I sat down to read. It seemed a lot of people were constantly sleeping on that ferry. I met some cool people who eventually became friends and who ...