Hostal Labarca

Chiloe 1581 , Punta Arenas, Patagonia, Chile | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Chiloe 1581 , Punta Arenas, is near Fort Bulnes and Munoz Gamero Square.
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Travel Blogs from Punta Arenas

Last stop in Chile

A travel blog entry by susieandgray on Feb 03, 2014

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Up before petrels! We had docked at Punta Arenas, which means in English, "Sandy Point." It has a population of 120,000.

We walked off the ship to a waiting bus. A clearer sky greeted us. As previously mentioned Chile has a rainfall of 5 metres a year which is considered a drought as it is usually more like 6 metres, so any clear sunny sky is definitely a bonus, we shall try and avoid any more major landslides!!!

Marcela was our guide and we ...

Puerto Montt (SCTE) to Punta Arenas (SCCI)

A travel blog entry by harry4123 on Jan 28, 2014

6 photos

... sites provide longer range forecasts than the aviation weather sites, but those weather forecasts are often misleading (and often disagree with each other). That bright yellow sunshine icon they displayed the night before for tomorrow’s weather has overnight turned to clouds and rain when I check it at 5 am the next morning. The weather underground interactive map (wundermap™) is an honest picture of existing conditions ...

Glaciers, Fjords and Penguins

A travel blog entry by eoinshirl on Jan 15, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

... his expedition to the ice, is now a restored building that houses the Bank of Chile.

The Maritime Museum was also worth a visit if nothing more than to remind us of the hazardous waters we do indeed find ourselves in. Every room of the museum was jam packed with relics from stricken vessels.

As pre arranged we made our way to Solo Expediciones in the city, the company that was taking us by zodiac to Magdalena Island to ...

In Patagonia

A travel blog entry by guyfairbank on Dec 30, 2013

3 photos

... our stuff and headed for the local cemetery, which was full of grand graves of the various Europeans who'd lived and died here. Spanish, Italian, Croatian, German and British were buried in enclaves. Modern graves had kitsch mementoes and photographs of the deceased but the more macabre tombs had Christmas carols playing. It's a weird sensation walking past a grave with 'We Wish You a Happy Christmas' ...

Ice and wind!

A travel blog entry by jill.and.manuel on Dec 20, 2013

2 comments, 16 photos

... we have left them, so we really have been privileged.

El Bolson (see last blog), nice as it was, made a black mark on our Argentinian experience as this was where we suffered the only episode of road rage on the entire trip. This was the consequence of their ridiculous way of signalling left (as they drive on the right hand side of the road). To turn left on the open road one is not expected to signal left, but to pull up to the right and wait ...