Hotel Don Luis

Address: Quillota - 146, Puerto Montt, Lake District, 5502711, Chile | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Quillota - 146, Puerto Montt, is near Volcan Osorno, La Portada, Carretera Austral, and Andes Mountains.
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    Travel Blogs from Puerto Montt

    Puerto Natales to Puerto Montt

    A travel blog entry by helen_rae on Apr 07, 2015

    11 photos

    Following a German guy in our hostel talking about a boat you can catch from Puerto Natales to Puerto Montt, Rachel got onto google and found it and we decided, what the hell, it will make to change to sitting on a bus so after finishing the w trek we went and booked our spots on board. A few people said we were brave to be doing the boat because if the weather is bad it can be quite a bumpy ride - some of the journey is spent in the Patagonian fjords whilst at other times you ...

    Who's pinched the Volcano?

    A travel blog entry by caryharri on Feb 26, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... pinapple sorbet and some other liquer Clompeto...hotdog sausage with avocado,tomato,mayo,ketchup and spicy sauce Hummitas.. sweetcorn mush cooked in the husk Moto, pearl barley soaked in a sweet syrup with peaches Puerto Varas calls itself the town of roses and it certainly does have plenty of roses around together with hydrangea, cosmos,which together with all the people we have seen blackberry picking makes you think of ...

    Flipio on the ripio affecting our tripio

    A travel blog entry by steveandange on Feb 13, 2015

    12 photos

    ... we found a small contingent of cyclists all ready to take on the Carratera Austral with their suspension forks, big fat tyres and many spares strapped on the back. The size of the challenge we were taking on struck home and we felt somewhat ill-equipped but clung to the knowledge that many others had done it with the same type of bike and tyres as ours. Whatever, we couldn't wait to board the boat and get to Chaiten and Patagonia for the final big part of our ...

    A good overview of the place

    A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Dec 15, 2014

    25 photos

    We got up at 6:30 to a very gloomy and wet day. I had rained for sure and it did not look like we would see the sun any time soon. The weather forecast predicted showers, and this place was known for its rain which was why it was so lush and everything grows well.

    I had arranged a private tour with the 2 of us and Kathy and Paul - very glad that we had a small group. We went down early and got our tender tickets. ...

    Lakes and Islands

    A travel blog entry by dinojay2 on Feb 23, 2014

    15 photos

    ... lugging their massive, unwieldy loads all over the country. From Santiago all the way down to Patagonia these unprepared and over-packed masses can be found trudging next to the pavement, their bedraggled clothing, knotted hair and glassy eyes testament to rough nights spent on rocky beaches, hard patches of dirt and stagnant ditches filled with empty beer bottles and old condom packages, neither of which seem likely to lead to the same lusty drunken humping ...