Hotel La Peninsula Marina Resort

Address: Camino a Chinquihue Km 81/2, Puerto Montt, Lake District, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Camino a Chinquihue Km 81/2, Puerto Montt, is near Volcan Osorno, La Portada, Carretera Austral, and Andes Mountains.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Montt

Flight Number 5 (Day 7)

A travel blog entry by bdfro on Oct 17, 2014

3 comments, 2 photos

... and cheese, fruit and the common dessert/treat of Alfajores. We have had them in Argentina and Chile. It's like an Oreo or other sandwich cookie but a bit larger. The cookie part is a bit softer, almost like shortbread but not quite, and it is filled with dulce de leche. It may or may not then be dipped in chocolate, like a wagon ...

Retail therapy

A travel blog entry by suebar on Apr 25, 2014

... shop which also sold a small range of souvenirs. We bought prints of birds we had seen in Chile. Then on to the final shop where Barbara bought a fridge magnet to add to her collection of one from every country she had visited on the trip and Sue purchased a couple of gifts. That was the extent of the exercise for the day. We returned to the hotel for an unhealthy snack lunch in our room. We spent some of ...

We are sailing, we are ........

A travel blog entry by suebar on Apr 18, 2014

7 photos

... stable or by taking pot luck on a table of Chileans since some of them had much better English than the Japanese at our table. Having said all of that when we booked the cruise we thought we might be the only English speakers on it and didn't know that there would be two English speaking guides on board. They were to be very helpful. Once we had decided on a table we went up and out on deck to watch all the other passenger arrivals and to look around generally. The quay ...

Day 2-Sailing

A travel blog entry by boothbj on Feb 17, 2014

2 photos

... there was a lot of artisan work that went into most of the stuff we saw. The exception being the alpaca socks and hats etc. We proceeded down towards the famous fish market which was pretty clean. However, having seen where the refuse goes into we weren't about to try the molluscs. We did see a really interesting demonstration of how the meat from sea urchins is extracted. The fish also looked amazing and the Market smelled clean.

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  • Glaciers, Falls, and Volcanoes, oh my….

    A travel blog entry by vwuertz on Feb 07, 2014

    75 photos

    ... Montt was 131,000 in 1992. Today, the population is 230,000. As we drive along a four-lane tollway, Andrea points out the architecture of the older houses, which is a remnant of the German settlers. We see homes with layered shingles painted in bright colors. She says people paint their homes in bright colors to cheer them up during the winter. We continue to drive and she points out open areas which were once forests of large sequoia type ...