Cabana del Lago Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... have practice more Spanish but did fail to collect my spine from the ground to do so. And with the work, it was great to get away once in a while, to beautiful breathtaking treks or even to the center just to work my way through many many flavours of ice cream... I surely did a good job, and recommend many, but I do not like the way my body is responding to all the ice cream, the delicious asado, the cookies here and there and let's not forget the mandatory drink ...
... just don't do them justice it was so nice the be here in the off season as we pretty much had the falls to ourselves it was so quite and tranquil the water was crystal clear the clearest river I have ever seen it was like looking into glass. We decided to take the iPad as well so we could put up some pics for everyone to see, we have heaps more on the camera can't wait to eventually down load them. From Petrohue Falls we drove onto Petrohue ...
... but then just after we take off a brown liquid starts dripping on to my arm from the overhead locker. I stem the flow with a paper hankie and when the fasten seat belt light goes off go to the back to point out the problem to the flight attendants. Neither seems that bothered but eventually come with more paper towels and open the lockers but there is nothing untoward in them and by now it has stopped. Total mystery, but I still have the ...
... glaciers. In July of 2011, a large volcano erupted in Chile, along the border, and covered the area around Bariloche with ash. The town was closed for 7 months in order to dig out. As we traveled through the pass, your could still see piles of ash that had been plowed off the road and all the mountain tops were still covered with the ash.
We stopped at a quaint restaurant for lunch next to an Auto Museum, ...
... of days time... In the morning, we bid farewell to most of our group, expect for the Aussies and Mad Anna, and set off towards our final overnight destination, Saltos del Laja. Enroute, we check out Lanquihue Lake and Frutillar- another charming little lakeside town of German influence. We arrive at Saltos del Laja mid afternoon and wander down to the spectacular waterfalls, to take a look (and a soaking as it turned out). That evening we ate in the hostel restaurant, which was ...