Hotel Cumbres Puerto Varas
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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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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 …
After a few false starts out of Entre Lagos (I can't get navigating right all the time) we took the Inter Lagos route to our final stop on the road trip, Puerto Varas, passing through Puerto Octay and Fruitillar on the way. Architecture in these smaller towns becomes rapidly alpine, thanks to German settlers in the region at the end of the 19th century.
Puerto Varas is similar to Pucon - it sits on the shore of a lake beneath twin volcanoes (although these can only really be ...
... arranged before our bus journey we arrived at Paula's nice little bungalow. Paula is a 23yr old Hotel Manger at a really swanky hotel only about 200m away. She had a dog named Anay who she'd rescued as a puppy from a supermarket a few months before. Alice was in heaven, and I even took a liking to her.
Over to Alice- Paula was lovely, so friendly and chilled out she let us stay for 5 nights instead of 2! Anay was amazing, she looked like a ...
... the rest of the way). The Cruz Del Sur bus station is a little walk from the town in Puerto Varas but so are the other stations
Around Chiloe: There are numerous regional buses going around the island (including between Ancud and Castro) just a matter of finding one. The most I paid for a single journey was 1,600 pesos but that included a ferry crossing.
... around and I got across, but I did not do a good job with breaking. Also it was not clear to me what Julio wanted. Break? Not break?
Anyway, I got across. Then one by one the others came. Many of them were as confused by the break signals as I was and they got stuck 7/8 of a way through. Julio had to attach himself to the line and go get them. At this point, Jay later told me, he had his hand before his eyes, and was thinking this was not a great idea at all. He was wondering ...