Diego de Almagro Punta Arenas
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDiego de Almagro Punta Arenas
Free Breakfast (amazing). Great facilities. Big rooms. What more could you ask for! Definitely what I needed after camping for a few days.
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... felt strange to be traveling within Chile with so many foreigners considering most of Chile does not really seem to be on the tourist radar, although it should be, considering it is the second most beautiful country I´ve been to. The United States, with its variety of scenery and abundance of simply outstanding National Parks, still wins that contest.
We arrived in Punta Arenas late in the day but, this being the land of the eternal sun during the ...
We were sailing through the Chilean fjords both yesterday and today, but the weather yesterday was too bad for us to go outside to see much. This morning when we got up around 8:30 and looked outside, we sure were in the fjords and could see the mountains looming by our ship. The weather was still very cloudy, the deck was wet, so we're not sure what's ahead of us.
Went to Terry Bishop's lecture about Cape Horn at 10am - another very ...
... hours to the very north of the island and took a short 30 minute ferry crossing back to the mainland. The landscape is pretty bleak in this part of the world, but we did see guanacos, ņandus and foxes.
On the 2 hour drive back to Punta Arenas, we stopped at the oldest sheep estate in the area. After land division in '70s to workers, it was abandoned and now lies in ruins. We made it back to Betty's at 9.30pm, but being this far south it was still light.
... with dorms filled with 3 bunkbeds at the most, no heating (simply a few log burners) and cold showers (for men!). Another early morning to get back to Puerto Natales and the sights are just as breathtaking especially with the red/pink sky of sunrise. Although our days have been full to the brim with sightseeing and adventures, it has been amazing to experience all these things. The sea, the penguins, the mountains, the lakes and other widlife. I wonder what our next mission will ...