Hotel Rey Don Felipe
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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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... before it was destined for UK. Petrol, natural gas (methanol gas) and seafood (king crab) are also exported.
Wearing our trusty parkas, we were cosy and warm, easily seen and ready at all times for our interviews to join the EasyJet crew!!!!!!! The weather, however, divine and ski layers and waterproof trousers surplus to requirements.
We arrived at the small Magellan penguin colony and were grateful for the ¾ mile walk along the ...
... knows what it’s supposed to look like.
A year ago I went to a lot of trouble to remove the wheel pants from the main gears on my plane expecting the runway at SCRM to be so rough that ground clearance might be a problem. This takes 8-10 knots off the speed of the plane and aggravated the range problem. This time I said forget it, I’m leaving them on and if I break one at SCRM I’ll take it off then. So once ...
Once again, we woke to pouring rain but that was OK as we were heading out for the long drive south, following "La Ruta del Fin del Mundo" (The Route to the End of the World) to Punta Arenas, a largish town located on the Straits of Magellan.
Heading out of the park, I asked Jenny whether she had enjoyed our trip so far. She responded with an enthusiastic, "Yes!" Her reasons were understandable. She said she had been taken by the beauty of Patagonia and felt ...
... beef with Yorkshire puddings, mash and roasties and veg! Not at traditional Christmas dinner but we couldn't find any turkey anywhere. Everyone in the hostel was pretty jealous when we dished up our food as they were eating the leftovers from the night before. We played battleships/shots that night with the vodka jelly - mmmmm that was not such a good idea of mine as - the shots were disgusting. Luckily I won most of the games I played and only had to take 4 shots! ...
... is the sixth most beautiful cemetery in the world. Question: Who gets the job of grading cemeteries? Answers on a postcard please!
The 10-day, unscheduled pitstop in Punta Arenas left us itching to be on our way again. The road north took us through beautiful Patagonian steppe. The soft curves of the honey-coloured mountains and the short yellowish, scrubby grass on the plains give this otherwise desolate, windswept wilderness a deceptively benign appearance. Our next ...