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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... in the pouring rain, for our first day on the road.
The only redeemable thing about our first night of camping in our Wicked van was that we knew it could only get better. We arrived at the Parque Nacional Vincent Rosales in the pouring rain that never ended the entire time we were there. ...
... Vicente Perez Rosales National Park, Petrohue Falls and the Green Lagoon. Since Osorno Valcano was shrouded in clouds, we skipped this part of the tour. When we took a path to the Green Lagoon, it was really raining; but because the forest area was so lush, we hardly got wet. We had a quick bite at a local market that made empanadas. On the way back to the ship we drove through Puerto Varas to see the German settler influence. ...
... up to the room to figure out how to pack. The bellhop and registration clerk were laughing at our over loaded luggage cart on wheels. Luckily everything fit and we had a scale in our room. We were exactly at 50# for our suitcases and 17# for our carry on bags... which was the limit. Unfortunately we couldn't pack one of the bottles of wine that we bought because that would put us over weight, so we had to drink it...darn...such a great ...
... that has everything from Inca to Mapuche artefacts, shrunken heads (I know, strange but fascinating), weapons used during the Spanish Inquisition, pianos played and carriages drawn by the Chilean nobility, some of the oldest trains...you name it. Totally worth a visit should you ever be down this way. We finally arrived in Pucon around 8pm, after about 12 hours of travelling, and according to our guide Tanya, in record time...perhaps due to the "standard" of our ...
... so generous that they had trouble sticking to this deal. Almost every day, they offered me additional meals and snacks. On the first evening, I ate with them and sat back to enjoy a heated Latino debate between Loreto and Paulina. As it reached the finale over dessert, there was a knock at the door and in walked a tall blond man called Lennart. He announced that he was “here to work” and that was certainly no lie. This no-drinking, no-smoking, ...