Hotel Rey Don Felipe
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Rey Don Felipe Punta Arenas
In and out as the only things we saw were reception, shower and bed
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... felt strange to be traveling within Chile with so many foreigners considering most of Chile does not really seem to be on the tourist radar, although it should be, considering it is the second most beautiful country I´ve been to. The United States, with its variety of scenery and abundance of simply outstanding National Parks, still wins that contest.
We arrived in Punta Arenas late in the day but, this being the land of the eternal sun during the ...
... the ice chunks as we got closer to the glacier. The blue color on some of the ice chunks were just amazing! And the glacier was very impressive! Compared to the other glacier we saw in Norway, that glacier was really more disappointing. This one was a real glacier!
We came back to the ship around 2pm. It took the catamaran a few tries before it could hook up to our ship for us to disembark. For the first time in days, I ...
... 2000 more), but this is a once in a lifetime kind of trip, and we’re gonna do it right. We now have a nicer room, on a nicer boat, and we don’t have to wait another year to go!
Our ship is an old Russian spy ship from the 1980’s and the reviews of the ship online are fantastic. The woman at Exodus told Laura that this is by far the best ship in their fleet. I can’t wait to see it! I ...
... There are many routes to hike and a lot require specialist equipment. We take the easier 4 hour, 11.5km route to Glacier Grey, which is where we will be staying the night. The views are spectacular everywhere you look and the opaque turquoise lakes sprinkled with icebergs are stunning in comparison to the black mountains. Once over a ridge, we see the Glacier Grey in all its glory. This definitely gives you the energy to push on. We make it to the Refugio Grey, a very ...
... 4 tender trips for those counting—and reboard the ship. What a day. A history lesson in the morning and the chance to see penguins in the afternoon. Would we return to Punta Arenas? Probably not. If we were to return to this part of the world, we’d go to Ushuaia first. That’s not say we won’t return here—we did rub the toe of the Indian. We have two days of glaciers and then a sea day. Our last port of call is Puerto Montt on Friday. ...