Hotel Natura Patagonia
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Natura Patagonia Puerto Varas
O Hotel é bonito e fica em um lugar lindo, em uma planície junto de uma fazenda, em frente ao Pico Techado. Decoração com móveis de madeira maciça, muito bom gosto, comida razoável, desjejum também. Os passeios nas cercanias são lindos, e ainda não fizemos os mais distantes. Vamos voltar!
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... of trying to be sold one. We also got the information on what was best to do in the area.
We went in by the supermarket to get some snacks and some breakfast for tomorrow. Instead of walking straight back to the hostel we took a walk along the lake shore to get the view of the volcanoes. There was a bar/restaurant we wanted to go to, but it didn't open till 7pm. We decided to take our shopping back to hostel, book accommodation in Castro (which was surprisingly busy ...
... off, the weather is very overcast and cloudy, which doesn’t bode well as we’re heading to Volcan Orsono – the biggest local volcano, home of the local ski resort, and a largely symmetrical volcano that has been compared favourably with mount Fuji (which is fair enough if you look at pictures of both). As we drive there we chat with Stefan and learn a lot about the area. We soon reach the road to the volcano and start to climb up it in the car. We’re ...
... It was small clearly family-owned but the portions are huge and reasonably priced. We had the Conger Eel with shrimp and garlic sauce and the Parilla Marina.
When we arrived in Puerto Varas it was raining and fairly gloomy but another quaint town, quite similar to Bariloche with German and Swiss influence throughout. The rain continued throughout our stay and we spent many hours in a ...
... for the faint hearted! Iain and Alicia were both determined to have a go too. She described it as "very, very breath-taking" - an elegant summary. As soon as the fun was over it started to rain, torrentially. Everyone's 'dry' clothes were now wet and the slippery sequence of muddy puddles that had called itself the path in, turned into a small stream to follow on the way out. As Juan Eduardo put it, "When it rains here, it rains ...
We awoke shortly after 7 am to get up and out on deck for the scheduled 7:30 approach to Amalia Glacier, tucked within Chile's fjords. The weather was mostly overcast with a few pockets of blue sky, and the air was chilly, just under 50 degrees. We were bundled up in layers and wearing gloves. Slowly we passed the last hill and the glacier came into view.
An on board lecturer has been doing presentations on ...