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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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Travel Blogs from Frutillar
... to a farm to feed, not very friendly looking, Llamas and Alpacas, followed by a drive through a river in a very strange wooden panelled truck and then a short boat ride.
After 2 nights in the coach park we left Petrohue and drove to Puerto Varas. The town sits on the bank of the rather large Lake Llanquihue, the second largest lake in Chile (60 sq.Kms or 330 sq. miles if you prefer), with spectacular views of Volcano Osorno and Calbuco. The town has ...
... boyfriend and if Dario is my boyfriend. He said the sub captain commented that I was pretty and wanted to know if Dario was my boyfriend or if he was my bodyguard as always with me - I wish he was my boyfriend!Went upstairs to put on trainers as colder and realised cleaners moved everything so I spent a while trying to find my stuff then started to feel a bit rough so took a tablet. Didn't feel up to washing stuff today. Went ...
... I was in a photo session as one by one they wanted to have their photo taken with the English man tucking their arms under mine! I taught them to say “cheese” and they all laughed and kept repeating it over and over! One girl came over to me and said..
“My teacher loves you” at which the poor woman turned bright red but still wanted the photo ! I then took a big group shot of them all and said I would put it on the blog at which there was great ...
I spent most of today hanging out at another German colonial village along the edge of Lake Llanquihue. Smaller than Puerto Varas, and not as interesting (especially on a dreary rainy day like today), Frutillar is known for its amazing views. Sadly, I was ...
... we reach Punta Arenas (Sandy Point). Before we get there we will spend a day touring the Chilean Fjords. Weather is windy today but sunny. Too cold to be on deck without a big coat and possibly a blanket. Life on ship isn't bad at all. Cruising forces you to relax and to drink and eat more than any human should in a 24 hour-period. We are having a detox day today...Ok it's only 11:00 am as I write this...we all know things can change quickly at ...