Colonos del Sur Mirador Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Varas
With the radiator on full blast and the window open I had a fitful night. Still, the sun was shining as we set off for the Osorno volcano, about an hour's drive away. We passed traditional, shingled farmhouses and some swish properties. The drive up to the volcano took us past lupins foxgloves, broom, gorse and striking red bushes, known as Chilean …
... in the small cities of Achao, Quinchao and Matao more along with more countryside and beautiful views.
Before we left Chiloe we had to swing through Ancud so we could stop at Faros del Sur and pick up Wayne's computer bag from Minerva...I don't think I will ever live that one down and Wayne will probably never again rely on me to grab his stuff. I gave Minerva a nice little tip and Thanked her profusely....So now you know ...
... in Puerto Varas wandering around the town and along the lake front. It was a lovely sunny day so there were drinks and ice creams involved in between our meanderings! The following day we got a local bus out to Petrohue waterfalls. The local buses are wonderful things - the driver pootles along beeping at anyone he thinks might want to get on. People seem to appear from all sorts of unlikely places to board the bus. You think you are ...
... plenty of time. We are not booked on an official excursion so we waited until 09:00, when all the tours would be well on their way before going to breakfast.
Today there was a brisk 30kmh wind blowing so no shorts and t-shirt and a jacket was definitely required.
Puerto Montt lies the end of the Pan American highway. Depending on your perspective, Puerto Montt could also be situated at the beginning!!
The town was founded on February 12, 1853, ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Well situated but the rooms and small
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