Cabo de Hornos Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCabo de Hornos Hotel Punta Arenas
A central location but the lobby, bar and restaurant area do not really match the style of the rooms. The bar is chic and well designed with cool tables and a stone & hide decor. The rooms are fairly basic and the bathrooms jaded. The sushi was very good but the sharing platter was rather poor. Breakfast was cleared away with extreme promptness even though we were still eating.
Fine for one night but rather cold.
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... costs us one hundred US but value for money. Find a diner for refreshments before heading of on a walk around the city before heading back to the same diner for lunch, after Paul heads of on a recon. mission, we finally all end up with a Churrasco Pobre, which is basically a piece of steak, egg, onion and mayonnaise in a bread roll washed down with a couple of beers and very nice it is too. Now back on board lounging on the deck in the ...
... and crashed into the water below. A catamaran excursion on the lake (Lago Argentino) brought us up close and personal with this beauty and we were awed by its sculpted shapes and the intense blue of the ice.
We are travelling north again now, back towards the sun. The shops are filling up with Christmas decorations. It is funny to see Santa in fur-trimmed North Pole gear when Christmas, in this hemisphere, is in the middle of summer!
Ciao for now
Liam and ...
11 March 2013 – Punta Arenas, Chile
I have a new addition: I’m planning to buy an apartment in Brighton when I get back in May and I am now addicted to Rightmove.co.uk. I know every square inch of property for sale in the city now and I seem to spend all my time in port staring at sales adverts online. I’m obsessed and ...
... very southern city. I soon found out that there was wildlife to see (more on that in the next entry) and a large park for hiking nearby.
I did the hike with three others that I met in the hostel and it was wonderful. We took a taxi to the entrance of the Reserva Nacional Magallanes (1.500 CLP entry fee). Although the weather was windy and mostly gray, we reached ...
13 November 2012 – Punta Arenas, Chile
Punta Arenas is famous for its penguins – they’re not the giant king penguins you see on documentaries, they’re down in Antarctica I think, but they’re cute black and white things and they live in groups near the coastal regions in a very well protected conservation area. The passenger tours were full up but five ...