Hotel Bellavista Puerto Varas
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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 arrived in good time at the bus station and as usual, in Argentina, we needed to tip the luggage guy as we put the bags on the bus. We should have got seats on the left side of the bus, but the guy at ticket office advised us right was better for views. There were still good views of the lakes, mountains and rivers even from the 'wrong' side of the bus. We went back on the road to Villa la Angostura first, but today it wasn't all snowy, there was a ...
... 8211; though even after Googling, we’re still not much wiser (we think he’s a local artist who collects stuff and then let’s people into his house for free!) As the weather clears in the afternoon, we can also see the volcanoes around us – and it turns out we can see three of them from our hotel room, which is unexpected and nice!
We’ve got three full days in town so we arrange to head out one day on a tour to see the area properly ...
... room and made everyone cringe with my off-key rendition. Turns out you get a free pisco sour when you sing so that really got the ball rolling! Nick sang his tried and true crowd pleaser “Raining Men” by The Weather Girls and I found a new friend and singing partner, Bobbi, and together we sang “Total Eclipse of the Heart” of course. The karaoke unfortunately ended too early but we had established a fun ...
The three of us wheeled our suitcases through the rocky sidewalks of Pucón and took a 5-6 hour bus ride to Puerto Varas. The German settlement and influence is obvious in the architecture, food and with many of the residents. The Spanish reminds you, you're in Chile but it feels like you're in a small town in the ...
... at home and go out just to socialise and drink instead. So the restaurants cater mostly to the American tourist and therefore the menu in most places is pretty much the same. And grilled cheese sandwiches seem to be all the rage. In any café, restaurant, bar or club, you are never less than 10 feet away from a grilled cheese sandwich. I have no idea why, but all of South America seems to be obsessed with them. They’re not even that good, ...