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 …
... immigrants and many of the wooden colonial homes still remain. Restaurants and coffee shops serve kitchen made with the fresh berries that are grown in this region. Many of the berries found in our grocery stores come from here. We can see two snow covered volcanos from out hotel window - one looks very much like Mt. Fujiyama.
Tomorrow we will be taking a ferry boat to Chiloe Island, which is an island the size of Puerto ...
... Unfortunately, when we get back to Santiago (despite our best efforts), we STILL can´t get rid of her, and she keeps appearing like a bad smell wherever we go. I am fairly sure she´s used that teeny tiny bottle of wine to cook up a tracking potion in her travel cauldron, so she can find us at all times. Finally, we shake her off, and head to the bus terminal for an over night stint to our next destination - Mendoza. I will be glad not to see a bus for a few days when I get ...
... at the beach and pier, which wasn’t overly exciting, before a visit to the tourist info office. After a brief discussion, and the handing over of a large wedge of cash, we were booked on to a day trip for the next day … to see waterfalls and to do a ferry trip on a lake. A Donna day, but at a more relaxed pace for me.
We cooked in that night, nothing too exciting, and Donna started emailing around to enquire about Antarctica trips. Whilst this ...