Address: Bulnes 299, Puerto Natales, Patagonia, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bulnes 299, Puerto Natales, is near Glacier Grey, Lago Nordenskjold, and Channel of Last Hope (Ultima Esperanza).
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      Travel Blogs from Puerto Natales

      Visit to Mylodon Cave at Puerto Natales

      A travel blog entry by string53 on Jan 02, 2015

      ... up above the cave through a bit of nothofagus (Antarctic beech) forest. It was all quite spectacular, with great views out to the mountains and an impressive large cave in a rocky outcrop. Quite well set up with a visitors centre and clear tracks, even a model or two of giant extinct large mammals that had lived in the area. A mylodon is a giant elephant sized sloth. This place had been mentioned ...

      Zoe's birthday & horse riding

      A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Dec 03, 2014

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      ... Crab Chupe a local speciality which is involves frying red peppers, onions & spring onions and then mixing it with crushed toasted bread, king crab meat, cream cheese & then baking with grated cheese on top. Its absolutely delicious and was so tasty. We can now cook it and substitute Morton bay buy or prawns for king crab in Australia. The king crab was so tasty its much meatier and bigger than other crabs and costs a fortune when bought in Europe or the US. For desert we had ...

      Bussing to Puerto Natales

      A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Nov 14, 2014

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      ... the Singing Lamb hostel even if it was just a few blocks away.

      As far as hostels go, the Singing Lamb was fantastic. It had a huge common area with bar, sofas, computers and tables and chairs. The rooms were big too and decorated to a standard you would find in a hotel. It was slightly on the expensive side, but not too much more than other accommodation in the town.

      It began to rain really heavily, but we needed to walk to town to ...


      A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Oct 30, 2014

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      ... but
      no kitchen unfortunately – gave me the excuse I wanted to go out for a decent
      wood fired pizza later.

      Meanwhile did the ferry company, tourist office and
      supermarket and thereby had a good wander around the pretty little town with
      wide pavements & streets and lovely views over the water to the Torres del
      Paine (TDP) national park.

      Had intended to head to Punta Arenas manana but ...

      The Wilderness of Patagonia

      A travel blog entry by tina-worldwide on Sep 29, 2014

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      ... are coming from the glacier.

      In the Torres del Paine you can really see the wilderness of Patagonia. There are no humans living. The landscape is so impressive and harsh, but you can still spot many animals which are adapted to this tough conditions. It was really one of the best days in Chile!