Cabana del Lago Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Puerto Varas is one of the original German migrant villages in southern Chile. Families moved over here in the 1800s & 1900s and there are still very strong German influences in the town. Lots of locals speak German and Spanish. The restaurants serve German dishes and there are lots of German flags. Many of the building are alpine like with German signs on them. It’s very different and makes a nice change from all ...
... have to. Fortunately the cloud has thinned out a little below us giving us some views down the valley, and of the volcanoes from the bottom. We head towards the Petrohue River, and Petrohue waterfalls, which are interesting (mostly due to the location and the volcanoes in the background) but are no Iguassu! We then head further along the river, up to Lake Todos Los Santos. As we walk along the volcanic beach on the lake shore, the cloud has cleared nicely and we ...
We arrived on the ferry early in the morning to the seaside port of Puerto Montt. Having heard that there was not much to see or do here we made a bee-line for the bus terminal and got ourselves booked on the first bus to Bariloche at 3pm.
As we had a few hours to spare, following an extremely tedious hostel booking process for Bariloche at an Internet cafe, we decided to ...
... quickly discovered what a remarkable lady she is. The 9 of them had been driving 5 hours a day for 10 days (in 2 cars on mainly dirt roads). They breezed into town late afternoon and had prepared dinner for 16 within the hour! How quite so many people live and function harmoniously in a tiny bungalow is a mystery - it's all quite alien and like her - completely ...
... lots of crevasses in the glacier; however, we did not see or hear any calving this morning.
After the glacier visit, we got breakfast in the buffet area, then sat outside on the back of the ship to eat while admiring the view. The few spots of blue sky that we saw were the only ones we would experience today – the rest of the day was marked by overcast skies and low clouds, and the occasional rain ...