Hotel Patagonia Pucon

Geronimo de Alderete 275, Pucon, Lake District, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Geronimo de Alderete 275, Pucon, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Pucon

Pucon, Chile

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Apr 17, 2014

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... but at the time we understood. Now that we have spoken to another girl who made it to the top on the same day we were there, we are convinced that our guide was just lazy. They make their money regardless of how far up you get. All we would have had to do is wait an hour for the ice to soften. Not long after we turned around we were given a quick lesson on how to slide down the snow covered areas on our ass, which ended up being the highlight of the day. It may have only ...

The House of the Spirits

A travel blog entry by ortrun on Feb 23, 2014

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... hour or so. Volcanic sand + strong winds + people ahead of you = an all new tan on my face.
On the next day, we decided to just hang out at a nice cafe that served “kuchen” and “stroisel” (here’s to German immigrants) and walked around Pucon, where I discovered a wonderful design and furniture store – for all the design lovers, check out the website. I think some pieces were really cool. All made in ...

Crossing the Andes

A travel blog entry by gillie.bowen on Jan 16, 2014

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The gifts from the day in Bowen are a problem. What on earth are we going to do with them? Transport them all over South America? We had already disposed of the peaches and dried fruit – we left them with Bob and Betty who would give them to their needy parishioners – but what about all the wines, champagnes, books and the enormous, framed plaque?

Back in Mendoza, we bought another suitcase and packed them up. Seven bottles ...

I climbed a volcano!

A travel blog entry by sarahrtw on Nov 20, 2013

... we reached the start, and passed through some fields and lovely cows and horses. The path entered a forest, and we were told it would lead to a waterfall. The path was not well marked, and after some steep decsents, we arrived at the river, but no waterfall. Annoyingly, what goes down, must come up, so we climbed back up where we had come from, in an attempt to find this allusive waterafll. After seeing a few other people, and asking for directions, ...

Fire and Ice

A travel blog entry by burkley on Nov 12, 2013

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... the risk. We tried the Chilean version of a Pisco Sour at happy hour prices. We both agreed the Peruvians have won the Pisco Sour battle. The restaurant also had a range of delicious cakes and we shared a slice of mud cake. It was so huge we could only get through half and we have no idea how anyone could eat a piece to themselves.

After climbing in the morning and definitely refuelling ourselves in the afternoon and evening on delicious food and drink we slept very well in our ...