Hotel Cumbres Puerto Varas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Ensure you book a room facing the lake. You really don´t want to be looking out onto the car park. The lounge is stunning and the bar food is good but the service is rather slow and laboured. Easy walking to the town. Breakfast is good but it would be more helpful if the coffee was self service as finding a waiter to serve coffee was rather painful.
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Day 5 – October 26
We checked out of the Ritz and headed to the airport for our Sky Airlines flight to Puerto Montt, a shipping port in Chile's Lake District. Murray informed us it is rainy and cool most of the year, not unlike Seattle.
On the transfer, Murray bought us up to speed on a little of Chile’s political …
Journey from Santiago to Puerto Montt / Puerto Varas - Southern Chile
Early wake up call for travel day - the tour company has been fantastic - taking all the luggage and doing group luggage checkins. Security is less strict here than in the States. They allow liquids and shoes....
We were fogged in a bit in the morning in …
Nous avons quitté les glaciers pour les volcans et le froid pour la chaleur en remontant de 1400kms en 24 h, quelle équipée !
D'abord départ hier "a la madrugada" avec Ricardo notre guide et Patricia sa copine : le challenge passer la "frontière" du parc par la route courte avant qu'elle ne ferme à 9 ou 10 heures personne ne sait. Conduite un …
... of Paula's friends came over and we had a little party then went out to some bars and clubs which was really fun. Puerto Varas is really small and despite Paula only living there for just under 2 years she seemed to know EVERYONE! On our last day we went out for lunch with Paula and her friend Carola. Carola used to be a tour guide in Puerto Natales (our next stop) so gave us loads of awesome information and recommendations about what to do, where to ...
... the park in the morning.
Day one: The bus dropped us off at the east side of the W circuit, and from there we went up. For 4 hours. It was pretty steep! Eventually we arrived at our camp...Camp Torres. Nesteled in the trees it was perfectly sheltered from the rain and winds that were to arrive the next day. Fortunatly, because it was still a lovely day, I decided to hike up to the view point which over looks the Torres del Paine. This is basically what ...