Hotel El Greco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... from Santiago are in on this). We arrive at the farm and are met by the owner, an old fashioned dude who is passionate about nature and is working with science and Universities to sustain the environment. His name is Silvio. The farm is 750h - 450h to grass for the cattle, sheep and horses and 300h of wetland forest for environmental purposes. The rainfall here on the farm near the river is 2300mm per year, 25% more than they get at the ...
... Wherever you are in the town, the perfectly peaky volcano rises up ahead of you and is especially beautiful at night when the moon shines high above it. The town, although very close by, is a far cry from Puerto Montt's dirty and busy streets, much more relaxed and cleaner than its polluted neighbour. It's a popular holiday destination and the shore front is full of shiny, new, expensive restaurants and cafes. We found ourselves an almost empty but ...
... us on our third night in Coyhaique, where we found lodgings in Casa Grandes - just us and two others in spacious lodgings - no room sharing for us and cooking facilities as well! We set up house, did the washing and went on a full day luxury cruise (day 3) to see see the San Rafael Glacier, which drops its ice flows into the sea. This was our first real day of rain since Torres del Paine. We got quite wet on our hour ride to Puerto Chacobuco - in the dark from 5.45am to ...
... news. Then I take a leisurely stroll aroind the highlights of the town, through the German quarter where there are many old shingle clad homes with window boxes of flowers and white painted window frames. Many roses in this town, planted in public places and private gardens and they are all in full bloom, very attractive. I trek up to a view point over the town at Mount Calvario, which is undergoing a complete refit for tourism purposes, ...
... in quickly. We thought we were going to get a room with a shared bathroom, but ended up with a private one as we wanted.
After dropping the bags, we walked to the Cruz del Sur terminal to buy tickets to Castro in Chiloe for tomorrow. We then walked back down into town to the tourist information offices. The first one we came across, by the pier, was not much help at all, it was more like a tour office. We found another one on the main street and we were given a ...